HarperCollins (2003), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
Biscuit, a little puppy, and Sam, a big dog, play together despite their difference in size.
LibraryThing member t1bclasslibrary
Biscuit wants to do everything his big dog friend, Sam can do, but he’s too little. When their ball rolls under the fence, however, only a little puppy, like Biscuit, can retrieve it.
LibraryThing member emleonard
Biscuit is a little dog and his friend Sam is a big dog. Biscuit sees all the things that his friend Sam can do and he wishes he was big like him. But, when the ball went under the fence only Biscuit could go get it because he was small enough.
LibraryThing member hlmusiclover
I found this book to be adorable. This is a fun tale that shows that size holds little significance in what we can and can not do. Small in stature, biscuit is not fazed with his size. He feels as though he can do everything that his friend Sam can do. If Sam can jump over the fence, why can't
Show Morebiscuit. He has a big heart and is quite the adventurous type. I would definitely introduce this story to beginning readers because I think they would love the illustrates and develop a liking for both dogs in the story.
LibraryThing member ryckecraw
Biscuit's Big Friend is a story about Biscuit as a puppy and how he learns from his big dog friend, Sam. As Sam chases sticks, plays tug of war and fetches a ball Biscuit also learns these tricks.
LibraryThing member TaylorRankins
I thought this story was really cute. Biscuit is a little dog with a big heart. He feels as if he can do anything, I think this story can teach children that size doesn't matter. This book would be great for a pre-k or kindergarten class.
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0064442888 / 9780064442886