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The comic duo that brought you I Don't Want to Be a Frog is back, with Chip the dog, a hilarious new character who's got some "wisdom" to share.
Are you a dog in need of advice? Fear not: Chip the dog is ON IT in this super-silly guide to living your best canine life. Chip is seven; he knows things. Like what to eat (important papers, the fancy bird the humans cooked for the fancy dinner, Grandpa’s teeth), and what not to eat (bees). He won’t get those mixed up, will he?
Pet lovers will see their own goofy fur-friends in Chip's earnest yet ridiculous antics, and readers who love funny animal stories will find their next favorite book buddy with Chip the dog, who's patiently waiting to eat your homework and slobber on your clothes.
About the Author
DEV PETTY is the author of many books for kids, including I Don’t Want to Be a Frog, Don't Eat Bees, Claymates, Moth & Butterfly: Ta-Da!, and How Old Is Mr. Tortoise? She lives in Berkeley, California, with her husband, daughters, a mean cat, and a snake named Boots who does NOT eat any bees. She also has two dogs who may or may not have eaten several bees. Visit Dev online at devpetty.com and on Twitter at @devpetty.
MIKE BOLDT is the New York Times bestselling illustrator of Just Try One Bite by Adam Mansbach and Camila Alves McConaughey. His numerous picture books include I Don't Want to Be a Frog, Don't Eat Bees, Bad Dog, and Find Fergus. When he's not drawing, he's building snow forts and Lego spaceships with his three kids at his home in rural Alberta, Canada, or sharing laughs and his ice cream with his wife. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBoldt and on Instagram at @thatmikeboldt, and learn more about Mike at mikeboldt.ca.
"A chewy treat for dog lovers."—Kirkus
"This absolutely ensures a lively storytime."—The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
"Romping read-aloud. . . . Funny and involving."—Booklist
"Boldt’s signature sculptural dimensionality and flair for goofy expressions give readers much to savor."—Publishers Weekly