Norman Bridwell "Clifford The Big Red Dog"
Clifford The Big Red Dog is written by Norman Bridwell. It is children's book, first published in 1973.
Clifford was a liitle dog, who was chosen to a girl named Emily Elizabeth Howard as her birthday present. No one expected Clifford to grow, but Emily Elizabeth's love for her tiny red puppy changed Clifford dramatically. Before long, he was over 25 feet (7.6 m) tall, forcing the Howard family to leave the city and move to the open spaces of Birdwell Island.
The main character where Clifford The Big Red Dog: red dog. Friendly, outgoing and helpful. He sometimes gets into trouble because of his size or is tempted into trouble by his friends and those who he meets. Clifford's size is inconsistent -- he is often shown as being about 15 feet tall from paws to head, but can appear far larger -- in one episode he removes the top of the lighthouse and swims out with it to guide the ferry through the fog to the dock. Clifford had many friends. …
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