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  • ISBN 0439403960
  • ISBN13 978-0439644914
  • Language English
  • Author Norman Bridwell
  • Publisher Cartwheel; Deluxe, Anniversary edition (October 1, 2002)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats doc rtf lit lrf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Animals
  • Size ePub 1143 kb
  • Size Fb2 1738 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 475

In 1963, a star was born--Clifford the Big Red Dog! Now he's 40 years old, and his original story is available in a deluxe, hardcover collector's edition with flocking and foil on the jacket!"I'm Emily Elizabeth,and I have a dog.My dog is a big red dog."This is how it all began--in 1963, Norman Bridwell published his very first Clifford book, and kids have loved Clifford ever since. He's an adorable dog whose well-meaning bumblings have great kid-appeal. Clifford is Emily Elizabeth's, and everyone's, favorite big red dog!

Clifford the Big Red Dog is an American children's book series about a giant red dog named Clifford. It was first published in 1963 and was written by Norman Bridwell (1928–2014)

Clifford the Big Red Dog is an American children's book series about a giant red dog named Clifford. It was first published in 1963 and was written by Norman Bridwell (1928–2014). The series helped establish Scholastic as a premier publishing company, and Clifford is Scholastic's official mascot.

Clifford the Big Red Dog is an American-British educational animated television series, based upon Norman Bridwell's book series of the same name. Produced by Scholastic Productions, it originally aired on PBS Kids from September 4, 2000 to February 25, 2003. The UK version (where it was dubbed with British voice actors replacing the original American soundtrack) originally aired on BBC Two on April 1, 2002.

Norman Bridwell was the author and illustrator of numerous children's books, including the beloved Clifford series

Norman Bridwell was the author and illustrator of numerous children's books, including the beloved Clifford series. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Norman Bridwell, the creator of Clifford the Big Red Dog, a figure who looms as large in toddler lit as the great white whale does in the American canon, died on Friday in Oak Bluffs, Mass. on Martha’s Vineyard. He was 86. Kyle Good, a spokeswoman for Scholastic Books, which over the past half-century has published dozens of Clifford titles by Mr. Bridwell, confirmed his death without specifying a cause

As I was reading the book Clifford the big red dog by Bridwell Norman Genre: Comedy, Humor, Reading level .

As I was reading the book Clifford the big red dog by Bridwell Norman Genre: Comedy, Humor, Reading level: P-2 grade Format: good General fiction, animal stories. Clifford the big red dog is a book about a girl named Elizabeth and her dog named Clifford.

US illustrator Norman Bridwell, creator of the Clifford the Big Red Dog books, has died at the age of 86 following a fall at his home in Massachusetts. His loveable character first made an appearance in 1963 and went on to star in more than 40 stories, selling 120 million copies worldwide. Clifford's image has gone on to appear on merchandise and in US buildings, including the White House. Bridwell had completed two more books which are due for release next year.

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Clifford's Big Idea for children is Be Kind. Students read or listen to stories and identify words that correctly complete sentences. Clifford The Big Red Dog: Interactive Storybooks! Phonics fun, games, and stories for early readers. Read in English Read in Spanish. Fun interactive games ask students to identify letters, sounds, and words. Play Now.

Scholastic Books agreed to publish Clifford the Big Red Dog less than a month later. Norman Bridwell’s books about Clifford, childhood’s most lovable dog, could only have been written by a gentle man with a great sense of humor

Scholastic Books agreed to publish Clifford the Big Red Dog less than a month later. 2. clifford is named after an imaginary friend. Clifford was named after an imaginary friend Bridwell's wife had when she was a child. Norman Bridwell’s books about Clifford, childhood’s most lovable dog, could only have been written by a gentle man with a great sense of humor. Norman personified the values that we as parents and educators hope to communicate to our children-kindness, compassion, helpfulness, gratitude-through the Clifford stories which have been loved for more than 50 years.

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FreandlyMan
My almost 2-year-old son LOVES dogs and has recently been interested in the Clifford show on PBS...we got him this book and he absolutely loves it! It's a great board book for dog or Clifford-lovers! It has 28 pages (14 pages to turn), the pages are nice and heavy so they cannot be torn, and the sentences on each page are short and simple.

The story goes: I'm Emily Elizabeth, and I have a dog. My dog is a big red dog. Other kids I know have dogs too. Some are big dogs. And some are red dogs. But I have the biggest, reddest dog on our street. This is my dog Clifford. We have fun together. We play games. I throw a stick and he brings it back to me. He makes mistakes sometimes. We play hide-and-seek. I'm a good hide-and-seek player. I can find Clifford, no matter where he hides. We play camping out, and I don't need a tent. He can do tricks too. He can sit up and beg. Oh, I know he's not perfect. He has some bad habits. He runs after cars. He catches some of them. He runs after cats too. We don't go to the zoo any more. He digs up flowers. Clifford loves to chew shoes. It's not easy to keep Clifford. He eats and drinks a lot. His house was a problem, too. But he's a very good watchdog. The mean boys don't come around any more. One day I gave Clifford a bath. And I combed his hair, and took him to the dog show. I'd like to say that Clifford won first prize. But he didn't. I don't care. You can keep all your small dogs. You can keep all your black, white, brown, and spotted dogs. I'll keep Clifford...Wouldn't you?
Anicasalar
The side columns are unnecessary and take away from the story. They each have a symbol that is supposed to correspond to each manner, and then all the symbols are on the front and back pages. The symbols don't do a good job of depicting the manners, so they are useless to a kid. There is no story line like the other Clifford books. It's basically a list of manners in book form. Not very exciting or interesting.
Pruster
This is not a very strong Clifford book. It would be a good book for a child to practice reading, but that is how it also feels. It doesn't really have a story. It just describes Clifford. He's big. He's red. There are other red dogs. There are other big dogs. etc. etc. It's kind of boring. If you're looking for a Clifford book to read to a child, I would not pick this one. If you're looking for a Clifford book to help a child practice reading, this would be a good one to use - until they get bored with it. Check out some of the other Clifford books for better ones, Small Red Puppy, Firehouse, Halloween, Champion, etc.
Геракл
DO NOT ORDER! It doesn't come in like the picture says! Its one book that says "you've been fooled". Congrats on ruining a 3 year olds birthday, who really loves Clifford.
Zeli
Instead of 15 books, we received one. It wasn't even a Clifford book, it was a compilation called "I Fooled You". Real cute. It is even a very used, poor condition copy. Pretty much the exact opposite of what we ordered, as our toddlers will have zero interest in a book meant for 7-10 year olds. We'll be getting a refund.
Sinredeemer
My grandson enjoyed reading Clifford's Manners books. He can't wait to find out what happens at the end of the story. I would recommend these series of books to other friends and family members with children who enjoys reading, and the desire to continue exceling in reading.
Jerinovir
Clifford has been around for a long time. A new generation of young kids are enjoying hearing about him. The book is illustrated so that it is easy for the students to follow the story with the pictures.
I downloaded this on my iPad Kindle for my 3 year old granddaughter. She really didn't enjoy the Kindle experience as much as turning pages in a real book, looking at pictures, and interacting with the story. She much prefers her Clifford paperbacks which we read again and again.