Wondering what to do with her day, Bea heads out into the garden, where the sprinkler waters the lawn, the daisies sway in the warm breeze, and Bingo, a talking dog, asks her to play. "Let's do something we're not supposed to do," he suggests. Luckily, Bingo is as good at getting Bea out of trouble as he is at getting her into it.
"This storytime-ready picture book, with its child-sized problem and child-sized solution, is a fresh take on the classic strategy of blaming the imaginary friend."
— Horn Book Magazine
"Bingo is an appealing embodiment of the unpredictability of a child's imagination."
— School Library Journal, starred review