A deceptively simple ode to happiness and self-confidence, as told through the voice of a lovable dog named Barkley.
This is the story of a small dog named Barkley who is having a bit of an identity crisis. Barkley belongs to a little boy named Max, who is part of a large community of people with all different kinds of dogs, each with a very distinct characteristic. Except for Barkley. So, what kind of dog is he? Just imagine his surprise when he discovers he's a LOST dog. Luckily, Max helps him realise he's more than just that: he's a best friend dog, and that makes him a happy dog, too. And you can't ask for much more than that.
Perfect for dog lovers! Rebecca Crane's animation background has made her a pro at illustrating lovable characters, so we dare you not to fall in love with these dogs.
A timeless message about finding self-contentment and happiness, expressed in a kid-friendly, accessible way.
Rebecca Crane's artwork will appeal to fans of Jon Klassen and Christian Robinson, and her strong sense of design will make her work shine in the trade, indie and gift markets.
Rebecca Crane grew up in Perth, then spent a few years in Edinburgh and London before relocating to Melbourne. She has just recently moved back to London.
Release Date: July 1, 2020
Dimensions: 250 x 260mm, 32pp
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