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Go, Dog. Go! - Seattle Children's Theatre

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Do you like my hat?

Yes, we do! Those fan-favorite dogs are back in one of the most inventive adaptations in SCT history. The madcap party never stops when these zany canines—big and small—leap off the page to bring P.D. Eastman’s famous book to life. The dogs’ high-spirited singing, zooming cars, construction zone chaos, and up-all-night antics will have the whole family in stitches. Oh, did we mention the roller-skating? Have fun keeping up with Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green Dog.

Location
Eve Alvord Theatre

Age Recommendation
For Ages 3+

Performances

This production has past.

“a boatload of fun”

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Reading List

for children
Fiction:

Aaron Loves Apples and Pumpkins
P.D. Eastman

Are You My Mother?/¿Eres tú mi mamá?
P.D. Eastman
Translated by Teresa Mlawer

Dogs
Emily Gravett

A Fish Out of Water
Helen Palmer

Big Dog and Little Dog Going for a Walk (series)
Dav Pilkey

Oops, Pounce, Quick, Run!: An Alphabet Caper
Mike Twohy

Let’s Go for a Drive! (Elephant & Piggie series)
Mo Willems

Hooray for Hat!
Brian Won

Say Hello!
Rachel Isadora
A little girl and her dog greet different people in her neighborhood in many languages.

 

Nonfiction:

Doggy Whys
Lila Prap
Humorous answers to questions about dogs, plus factual information about dog behavior and breeds.

 

For Adults Working with Children: 
Nonfiction:

150+ Screen-Free Activities for KidsThe Very Best and Easiest Playtime Activities from FunAtHomeWithKids.com!
Asia Citro

Reading Picture Books with Children: How to Shake Up Storytime and Get Kids Talking About What They See
Megan Dowd Lambert

Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell and Know
Alexandra Horowitz
A fresh look at the world of dogs, this book explains how dogs perceive their daily worlds‚ each other‚ and that other quirky animal‚ the human.

Website:

How Dogs Bark in Different Languages

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/canine-corner/201211/how-dogs-bark-in-different-languages

 

Booklist prepared by Julie Miller
King County Library System

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Discussion topics: CREATIVITY, OPPOSITES, READING

Running Time: Approximately 1h 40m including intermission.