Hound Dawg by Patricia Vermillion


Hound Dawg by Patricia Vermillion

Hound Dawg is a retelling of The Little Red Hen, southern style. Bessie, Calico, and Penny work their fingers to the bone down on the cotton farm. But Hound Dawg, he's a couch potato ...lazy, lazy, lazy. Hold on now ...something has caught Hound Dawg's eye ...something that changes his life forever.

About the Author

Patricia Vermillion, librarian at The Lamplighter School in Dallas, USA, is the author of Texas Chili? Oh My! and 'Chili Texano? !Ay Dios!, which received a Publication Award in 2015 from the San Antonio Conservation Society. Cheryl Pilgrim is a writer, illustrator, and former art teacher. She works in a variety of media including pencils, watercolors, oils, acrylics, and collage papers.

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40 pages


Patricia Vermillion
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Publication date

30th October 2015



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