Dylan the Teacher
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Dylan the Teacher is the third picture book in a series featuring an exuberant stripy dog, who just loves to play.Today Dylan is playing at being a teacher. But being a teacher isn’t as easy as it looks. There are quite a few disasters – and a splosh in the river – before Dylan finally discovers what he’s good at teaching: his Cheery-Warm-Up Song and Dance!
- Dylan’s friend, Dotty Bug, also appears on every page, encouraging readers to join in with the story.
- Created by bestselling illustrator Guy Parker-Rees, Dylan is a joyous new character who uses playing and fun to help toddlers explore and understand their world.
Look out for more Dylan books in the series:
- Dylan the Doctor
- Dylan the Shopkeeper
August 3rd, 2017
AR book level: 2.8; Lower years; 0.5 points
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