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April 7th, 2021

Good Dogs, Great Listeners Discussion Guide

Headshot: Laura Shulman Cordeira
Laura Shulman Cordeira

While reading Good Dogs, Great Listeners, use these questions to talk with your child about the story.

Discussion questions to engage a child’s mind and imagination!

  1. Where do you think Charlotte, Lily, and the Litter live? Would you like to have them as neighbors?
  2. What words would you use to describe Charlotte?
  3. Why do you think Lily loves Charlotte?
  4. Does Charlotte have a problem? What might it be? How is that problem solved?
  5. Do you like to use your imagination like Charlotte? Tell about it?
  6. Do you know other people like Charlotte? How are they the same? How are they different?
  7. Did anything in the story ever happen to you? Tell about it.
  8. What is your favorite and least favorite part of the story?
  9. Did you have a favorite adventure from the book? Which one?
  10. Would you like to be a character from the story? Why or Why not?
  11. Would you recommend this book to a friend? Who do you think would most enjoy it?

Headshot: Laura Shulman Cordeira

Laura Shulman Cordeira

Laura has dedicated her career to supporting people at difficult times in their lives. While serving as the Director of Volunteer Services at a local hospice agency, Laura met Dan & Lindie Bacon, who regaled her with stories of Charlotte and introduced her to the foundation.