Clifford, everyone’s favorite red dog, is the titular, lovable animal of the Clifford, The Big Red Dog series by Norman Bridwell. Bridwell, who writes and illustrates this classic set of picture books, published the first Clifford story in 1963, and has ‘doggedly’ continued to publish additions to this undeniably popular series ever since. Following Clifford’s antics and the general shenanigans of an overly large dog, the Clifford stories usually center on the tender and loving relationship between Clifford and his owner, Emily Elizabeth Howard, who chose Clifford when he was the runt of his litter (his size, of course, would be wildly subverted). Children will love the concept of a larger-than-life pet, while reveling in the beautiful pictures, richly vibrant in their imaginative rendition of a huge red dog. Most kids will be familiar with the popular television series of the same name, and Bridwell’s picture books are a wonderful way to introduce young students to Clifford’s origination.
For new readers, this Learning Links Little Novel-Ties guide will help young learners understand and explore literature. Reproducible chapter-by-chapter exercises, picture and story questions, and worksheets help to increase students' early reading capabilities with the express goal of energizing a further love of literature for years to come. A story synopsis and worksheet answer key is provided for educators. Little Novel-Ties guides are a distinguished supplementary resource for both guided and differentiated reading.This eBook is an entry in the Little Novel-Ties Literature Guides series for younger readers. Other titles in this abbreviated series include: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day; Amelia Bedelia; Cups for Sale; Stone Soup; Clifford the Big Red Dog; Goodnight Moon; Gregory, the Terrible Eater; Anansi the Spider; Bringing the Rain to Kapiti. All aforementioned Little Novel-Ties eBooks can be located by clicking on the 'View All In Series' button to the left.
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