Big Dog . . . Little Dog (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))

Big Dog . . . Little Dog (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))

P.D. Eastman

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0375875395

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A condensed, board-book version of the P. D. Eastman canine classic Big Dog . . . Little Dog, staring Fred and Ted—mutts who are opposite in every way, but best friends nevertheless.

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Copyright � 1973 by P. D. Eastman. Copyright renewed 2001 by Mary L. Eastman, Peter Anthony Eastman and Alan Eastman. New illustrations copyright � 2003 by Peter Anthony Eastman. All rights reserved under International and Pan American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, and simultaneously in Canada by Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto. Originally published by Random House in slightly different

trademarks of Random House, Inc. CAT IN THE HAT logo � and � Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. 1957, renewed 1986. All rights reserved. v3.1 Contents Title Page Copyright First Page Fred and Ted were friends. Fred was big. Ted was little. Fred always had money. Ted never had money. When they walked in the rain, Fred was wet … and Ted was dry. They both liked music. Fred played the flute. Ted played the tuba. When they had dinner, Fred ate the spinach … and Ted ate the beets. When

Fred. “A small hotel!” Fred’s room was upstairs. Ted’s room was downstairs. “Good night, Ted. Sleep well,” said Fred. “Good night, Fred. Sleep well,” said Ted. But they did not sleep well. Upstairs, Fred thumped and bumped and tossed and turned. Downstairs, Ted moaned and groaned and crashed and thrashed all over the bed. When morning came, Fred called Ted. “Let’s take a walk,” Fred said to Ted. “We can walk and talk,” said Ted to Fred. They walked uphill. They walked

Fred. “A small hotel!” Fred’s room was upstairs. Ted’s room was downstairs. “Good night, Ted. Sleep well,” said Fred. “Good night, Fred. Sleep well,” said Ted. But they did not sleep well. Upstairs, Fred thumped and bumped and tossed and turned. Downstairs, Ted moaned and groaned and crashed and thrashed all over the bed. When morning came, Fred called Ted. “Let’s take a walk,” Fred said to Ted. “We can walk and talk,” said Ted to Fred. They walked uphill. They walked

Fred. “A small hotel!” Fred’s room was upstairs. Ted’s room was downstairs. “Good night, Ted. Sleep well,” said Fred. “Good night, Fred. Sleep well,” said Ted. But they did not sleep well. Upstairs, Fred thumped and bumped and tossed and turned. Downstairs, Ted moaned and groaned and crashed and thrashed all over the bed. When morning came, Fred called Ted. “Let’s take a walk,” Fred said to Ted. “We can walk and talk,” said Ted to Fred. They walked uphill. They walked

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