Lassie Come Home by Susan Hill
  

Synopsis

Lassie Come Home by Susan Hill

First published in 1940, Lassie Come-Home has become a cultural phenomenon and one of the best-loved dog stories in the world, inspiring several movies and TV shows. Now, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the original book, comes a picture book with a fresh and appealing commercial look just right for a new generation of dog lovers.

Reviews

A greatly simplified, attractively illustrated version for younger children... The simplified plot skillfully retains the drama of the dog's bravery and devotion... Large-format watercolor illustrations bring the Yorkshire village and countryside to life, with particularly appealing depictions of bright-eyed Lassie. A helpful map of England and Scotland on the book's first page shows the journey that Lassie takes from northern Scotland back home to Yorkshire. An irresistible treat for dog lovers. Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

Susan Hill
Susan Hill has been a full-time writer since 1963 and has written over thirty titles. Since 1977 she has been a monthly columnist for the Daily Telegraph.

She has also written several non-fiction books and books for children (Can It Be True? won the Smarties Prize), as well as editing short story compilations.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
40 pages

Author

Susan Hill
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Publisher

Henry Holt & Company Inc

Publication date

13th October 2015

ISBN

9781627792943


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