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The Dog Who Belonged to No One

Written by Amy Hest

Illustrated by Amy Bates

The Dog Who Belonged to No One Synopsis

A timeless tale of friendship by New York Times bestselling author Amy Hest. Once there was a small dog with crooked ears. He belonged to no one.And once there was a wisp of a girl named Lia. . . .The dog who belonged to no one spent his days quite alone. . . . He longed for a friend. No one takes notice of a small dog with crooked ears who doesn't have a home. He explores the narrow streets and wide boulevards every day, while across town a little girl named Lia pedals on her bicycle alone, delivering breads and cakes. Both dream of finding a friend, until fate brings them together. With lyrical text by New York Times bestselling author Amy Hest and tender watercolors by illustrator Amy Bates, The Dog Who Belonged to No One introduces readers to two timeless characters who will touch hearts as they discover how they belong to each other.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780810994836
Publication date: 29th August 2008
Author: Amy Hest
Illustrator: Amy Bates
Publisher: Abrams
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 32 pages

About Amy Hest

Amy Hest has written over 30 books including the New York Times bestseller Kiss Goodnight, In the Rain with Baby Duck and When Jessie Came Across the Sea which was the recipient of the Christopher Medal. She lives in New York City, USA. Amy Bates is the illustrator of Hair For Mama and Celebrating Psalm 118 by Karma Wilson. She lives in Philadelphia, USA.

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