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A Dog Called Rod

A Dog Called Rod

A Dog Called Rod

Picture Book | English
ISBN13: 9781447276777
Published Date: 24 September, 2015

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Elsa wants a dog. Dad says that dogs are noisy, messy and expensive, and that you can't have a dog if you live in a big block of flats. But then Dad hasn't met Rod! Rod may be a dog, but he's very tidy. He likes modern art, bicycle rides and broccoli - and he even remembers to flush the toilet. Perhaps Rod is just too good to be true . . .

A warm and original story about family life and imaginary friends, featuring stunning artwork with a retro charm and added sparkle that will appeal to all ages.

A Dog Called Rod is a fresh and funny book from Tim Hogood, the award-winning author-illustrator, of WOW! Said the Owl.

The perfect book for any child who has ever wanted a pet - and for any parent who has had to say no.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 32
Item Weight 358 Gram
Product Dimensions 149 x 18 x 214
Publisher Macmillan Children's Books
Format Picture Book | 32
Book Overview Perfect for a child who wants a pet - or has an imaginary friend!

Brilliant! I-on Glasgow A wonderful fantasy Julia Eccleshare, Lovereading4kids

Tim Hopgood is an award-winning picture book author and illustrator. His first book, Our Big Blue Sofa, was published by Macmillan in 2006 and won the Cambridgeshire Read it Again! award for best debut picture book. In 2008 he won the Booktrust Early Years Award for Best Emerging Illustrator, with the hugely successful WOW! Said the Owl. His books for Macmillan include A Dog Called Rod, Here Comes Frankie and his acclaimed preschool titles, TIP TAP Went the Crab, Hooray for Hoppy and Walter's Wonderful Web. Tim's favourite colour is blue, and one of his favourite albums to work to is A Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis. Tim has two children and lives with his wife in York.