I Have a Dog by Charlotte Lance
  

Synopsis

I Have a Dog by Charlotte Lance

I have a dog. An inconvenient dog. When I wake up, my dog is inconvenient. When I'm getting dressed, my dog is inconvenient. And when I'm making tunnels, my dog is SUPER inconvenient. But sometimes, an inconvenient dog can be big and warm and cuddly. Sometimes, an inconvenient dog can be the most comforting friend in the whole wide world.

About the Author

Charlotte Lance has illustrated several children's books including Click Go the Shears, The Incredibly Boring Monotonous Family & A Really Super Hero. Her illustrations are magical, colourful and lively. She creates detailed worlds that have stories within stories. As the mother of two wild boys she often draws on her everyday life for inspiration and hilarity. She also has the uncanny knack of creating scenes that truly come to life. With that in mind, the next book she plans to write is about a very rich and beautiful woman who moves to Paris.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Charlotte Lance
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

23rd April 2014

ISBN

9781743317815


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