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Both my daughter and I read Clifford books as kids. Now, whenever we find ourselves in a chaotic situation, one of us will yell, "Clifford, stop growing! You are just right." And everything calms down. How about that?


Love it!!


Clifford! He was a huge favorite around our place not so many years ago. Phooey on reviewers who didn't like him. The stories are sweet and fun and what could be better for kids than that!


Clifford knew how to khross a mean paw!



hank the cowdog is big in west...clifford is too..but hank rules.

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay shoor he may be a big red dog but has he got a fedora??? i think not!!! ok bye


I always liked the Clifford books while I was working as a bookseller! :)

Karen Friesecke

The Clifford books were my favorite when I was a kid. I can't even count how many times I checked those books out of the library.


I love Clifford! Woof!


It's been a long time, but when my girls were little, they loved Clifford.

BTW I was glad Clifford was a fantasy dog because there is no way I would put up with him in real life... I'm just saying.

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