Beloved storyteller Kate DiCamillo and cartoonist Harry Bliss introduce some delightfully doggy dogs in a warm, funny tale of a timid pup who needs a friend.
Rosie is a good dog and a faithful companion to her owner, George. She likes taking walks with George and looking at the clouds together. But the closest she comes to another dog is when she encounters her reflection in her empty dog bowl, and sometimes that makes Rosie feel lonely.
One day George decides to try taking Rosie to the dog park, but the park is full of dogs that Rosie doesn’t know, which makes her feel lonelier than ever. So when big, loud Maurice and small, yippy Fifi bound over and want to play, Rosie’s not sure how to respond. Is there a trick to making friends? And if so, can they all figure it out together?
- Full of humour and pathos, with nine short chapters for beginning readers who are building confidence – or for listeners of any age.
- Kate DiCamillo's bestselling books include Because of Winn Dixie (4.5 million copies sold), The Tale of Despereaux (2.8 million copies sold) and The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane (1.9 million copies sold) – all in English language editions only.
- Kate DiCamillo is a two-time Newbery medallist and her books have been translated into 40 languages worldwide.