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    The Year of the Dog

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    Dog had never known what it was like to have a home. It was all she'd ever wanted. At the animal shelter where she lived, she happily watched as her friend's, one by one, found families to love. After a while poor Dog began to wonder if her turn would ever come...

    Charles Hope grew up on a farm outside
    the country town of Wagga Wagga.
    He studied Arts and Screenwriting
    before delving headlong into the world
    of educational non-fiction picture
    books. He lives with his wife and infant
    daughter in Melbourne, and hopes very
    soon to have a dog of his own. This is
    his first fiction title for Wild Dog Books.

    About the Illustrator
    Jess Racklyeft is a children’s
    book illustrator, card designer and
    watercolour aficionado working from
    a studio out the back of her house in
    Melbourne. With two little kids she’s
    often busy working with them on art
    projects and reading many hundreds of
    picture books, as well as chasing them
    around the house trying to get them to
    pose for her next book characters.

    • 2018 is the Year of the Dog. This book will make a perfect gift
    for any pups born in this year.
    • Released to coincide with the Chinese New Year, which in
    2018 is on February 16th.
    • A heartwarming story about friendship, belonging, the power of
    family and never giving up hope.
    • Dog is a selfless, lovable character that will strike a chord with
    both children and parents alike.
    • Beautifully illustrated in watercolours, and with a gentle style
    that will encourage repeat reading.
    • Deftly combines a moving fiction tale with non-fiction
    information relating to the Chinese Zodiac.
    • Gorgeous layout, small format hard cover at a great price point.




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