Spot & Dot

Spot & Dot

From beloved author-illustrator Henry Cole comes the stunning follow-up to Spot, the Cat. In this beautiful wordless picture book, Spot the cat finds a dog named Dot who’s off on her own adventure through the city!

In Henry Cole’s vivid wordless picture book Spot, the Cat, readers joined Spot on a journey through a city that began with him following a bird outside his window.

This time, a dog named Dot draws Spot from his window. As we follow Spot and Dot on their wordless journey, we quickly realize that it’s Dot the dog who is missing this time, and Spot is trying to get her back home. We follow these two on a different journey through the city as they weave in and out of a bakery, a library, a busy park, and more. And with a surprise twist at the end, we realize that “home” for both cat and dog was never very far away.

With detailed black-and-white illustrations, readers will love following Spot and Dot on their adventure and cheering for the sweet reunion at the end.

Title:Spot & Dot
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534425552
Format Type:

    Spot & Dot Reviews

  • La Coccinelle

    This wordless picture book almost has a Where's Waldo? vibe to it. The detailed black-and-white illustrations have so much to look at, besides the dog and cat who are running through each picture. Whi...

  • Abigail

    That wandering feline Spot, who first appeared in illustrator Henry Cole's Spot, the Cat , returns in this second wordless picture-book. As Spot and her human boy look out the window, they each see...

  • Alex  Baugh

    Just delightful...

  • Billie

    I love a seek-and-find-style book that is also telling a cohesive story and I loved hunting for Spot and Dot in Cole's elaborate illustrations. I imagine kids will love it even more than I, their eyes...

  • Jen

    This book will keep children entertained for hours. There is so much to look at and spot, while you follow along. When I was a child, I would have loved to try and copy the illustrations as well. I fe...

  • Jan Polep

    Fantastic illustrations in this wordless book for the 3-8 yr old crowd...although it takes awhile to figure out what's going on as the pictures are so detailed. Dot the dog has run away and Spot the C...

  • Heidi

    Reminiscent of Where's Waldo, readers follow along with Spot the cat and Dot the dog as they become lost and traverse the city, trying to find their way home. Very charming and the art work of city-sc...

  • Anthony

    Spot the cat helps a neighbor girl locate and return her lost dog Dot to her safely. This wordless book shows the travels, adventure, and chase as Spot tracks down Dot and the reader is challenged to ...

  • Erica

    Much detail in the illustrations - it's like a Where's Waldo in black and white. I also loved the humor in the expressions on the faces of the people as Spot and Dot go running through some of the sce...

  • Beth Parmer

    It feels too similar to the first book for me, and there is not as much challenge in finding the animals. My only complaint in the original book was the lack of racial diversity in the characters, and...