Go, Dog. Go! is a classic tale by P.D. Eastman. It is the story of multiple dogs who do different things, such as drive a car, ride on scooters, and wear different hats. They are also in different places, such as a house, at work, or in a tree. There is really no main plot to this story, but there are so many different teaching elements to it. The book’s Lexile reading level is simply BR because it is for beginning readers. The words are simple sight words that are talked about in preschool and mainly kindergarten. A perfect way to use this book would be when teaching prepositions and prepositional phrases. There are many different examples throughout the book that the teacher could point out to students. This would also be a great book to use to teach setting. This book has multiple settings throughout each page, so this would give students a chance to see how the setting in a book can frequently change. I would have students do a scavenger hunt within the book to identify prepositions with their prepositional phrases, and also the multiple settings. For beginning readers, you could teach students about their colors and numbers, especially with the first few pages of this book.