Clifford's Good Deeds Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
©1975, 1985 Norman Bridwell (P)2007 Scholastic Inc.
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|Listening Length||5 minutes|
|Audible.in Release Date||08 February 2008|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#11,208 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals)
#9 in Dogs Fiction for Children
#129 in Humorous Fiction for Children
#130 in Animal Fiction for Children
4.8 out of 5
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Not like the original bookReviewed in Canada on 18 January 2018
Does not compare to the original book Dummed down for a much younger audience
As advertised , acceptable productReviewed in Canada on 17 June 2019
As advertised , acceptable product
Love it!Reviewed in Canada on 30 November 2020
My son loves it!
Perfect for the “little helper” in your life!Reviewed in the United States on 16 November 2020
This book was purchased for my 1 and 3 year old daughters. Clifford is always a welcome character at our house and this book is easily a new favorite. What I really appreciate is that Clifford tries to help/do good deeds throughout the story(unfortunately for him he has many accidents along the way causing more work). As a mom of two toddlers I REALLY see a parallel between Cliffords efforts to “help” and my kids “help”. This actually made for a nice discussion about how accidents happen and also how life can be frustrating when things are not going smoothly. In the end Clifford saves the day when he rescues children from a house fire. Also bringing a happy ending with a good moral to finish this book. I highly recommend this story for all the “little helpers” in your life.
Funniest yetReviewed in the United States on 24 May 2020
Funniest Clifford yet. My 6 and 7 year old grandsons were in hysterics. We love Clifford! All you younger parents, please keep in mind that the series was written many decades ago. My grandsons find it very interesting when I explain the differences between when it was written and today, like firefighters and what robbers look like and why they needed watch dogs before house alarms. You have to take things as they come, and then explain your view of the world. Don't get too touchy.
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