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Dog Bingo

Illustrated by Polly Horner

$29.95

This beautifully illustrated bingo game features 64 breeds of dog from around the world. Spot all kinds of dogs – from the tiny chihuahua to the noble Great Dane, from the sleek saluki to the dreadlocked Hungarian puli, mark them off on your card and bingo!

Dog Bingo brings a fun and educational twist to the traditional game as players learn the names and colorings of both their favorite breeds and weird and wonderful exotic dogs.

Contains 64 superbly illustrated dog tokens, one board, 12 bingo cards, and brightly colored counters for you to mark up your card, as well as a leaflet containing basic information and a few quirky traits for all of the dogs featured.

 

 

‘Beautiful illustrations. I bought this for my 6 and 8 year old Grand Kids. They love it. I really enjoyed playing the game with them. Highly recommended for fun rainy day play. Great quality – worth the price.’
  • Amazon reviewer
‘This game is great if you are a dog lover. I am a teacher and used it in my enrichment class about dogs. The students had fun guessing what dog breed I was describing and finding it on their board. The boards do have different breeds on them so no two boards are alike. It also comes with an instruction manual that has descriptions of dogs – just in case you are not familiar with what a Lowchen or a Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen is.’
  • Amazon reviewer

 

Dog Bingo ships internationally with free shipping on orders over $25.

Other games in the Laurence King Bingo series include: Cat Bingo, Bird Bingo, Bug Bingo, Monkey Bingo, Ocean Bingo and Royal Bingo. Games in the children’s Bingo series include: Scary Bingo, Jungle Bingo and Dinosaur Bingo.

Polly Horner lives in Rye in East Sussex. When she is not drawing, she enjoys going for long walks where she comes across a number of dogs, which she will inevitably stop, pat, and photograph. She is the author and illustrator of Polly and the North Star (Orion) and illustrator of Dogs: Best in Show (Laurence King, 2011).

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