In this book, Spot discovers that school is fun and interesting. After a warm greeting by his teacher and classmates, Spot hides (under one of the flaps found on every page) when it's time to sing a song. "I can't sing," he says. There is no resolution to this, but Spot soon finds plenty to do as the disorganized plot reveals Spot's fun activities at school. This includes finding dress-up clothes in a small playhouse, spelling the word "DOG" with blocks, story time by the teacher, playing teeter-totter, and painting paw prints. When his mom picks him up and asks, "How was school, Spot?" He answers with a loud "Great!". The book contains twenty-two brightly illustrated pages showing Spot enjoying school after some initial doubt.
Author: Eric Hill