Digby by Barbara Shook HazenDigby by Barbara Shook Hazen

Digby

byBarbara Shook Hazen

Paperback | January 17, 1998

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Digby is getting old. She can't run and play much anymore. But Digby is still a very good dog. She is good at waiting, watching and understanding. Best of all, Digby is a faithful friend -- and she will never be too old for them!A little boy wants to play with his dog, Digby. His sister says Digby is too old to play catch. But if Digby can’t run and jump, there are other things she can do now. In a spare, simple text, Barbara Shook Hazen presents a story about change and life-cycles perfect for the youngest readers.

A little boy wants to play with his dog, Digby. His sister says Digby is too old to play catch. But if Digby can’t run and jump, there are other things she can do now. In a spare, simple text, Barbara Shook Hazen presents a story about change and life-cycles perfect for the youngest readers.

Barbara Shook Hazen has written more than eighty books for children.Her most recent titles include, Where Do Bears Sleep?, illustrated by Mary Morgan Van Royen; Digby, illustrated by Barbara J. Phillips-Duke; and The Knight Who Was Afraid of the Dark, illustrated by Tony Ross.She lives in Massachusetts and New York City. Jane Manning ...
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Title:DigbyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.12 inPublished:January 17, 1998Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:006444239X

ISBN - 13:9780064442398

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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A simple story of a beloved family pet and the ways siblings can help each other learn and grow, Digby part of the I Can Read series. Written by Barbara Shook Hazen for preschool to Grade 1 learners, the bright and simple illustrations by Barbara J. Phillips-Duke show how Digby, the family dog, is too old to play games with the youngest child. His older sister tells him that Digby used to help her learn to walk and play catch, and that Digby is a terrific friend no matter what her age.