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Product: The Five Dog Night
Category: Winter Thematic Unit (Integrating Literature in the Classroom) - Winter Books for Kids
ISBN: 0395928621
Student Level: toddler, preschool, kindergarten, elementary

The Five Dog Night- Winter Books for Kids
Winter Books for Kids - The Five Dog Night

The Five Dog Night by Eileen Christelow

Elderly Ezra is bugged by his neighbor Betty who visits him often. Betty brings Ezra a blanket in winter for fear that he may be cold. He has no use for it because the colder it gets, the more dogs he takes to bed with him. Betty checks up on her neighbor one time too many, and he tells her to leave him alone. Ezra doesn't see Betty again until spring, when he decides to bake her some cookies and bring them to her. He is surprised to find that she has gotten some dogs of her own to stay warm. Watercolor illustrations help in telling the story.

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