It’s a dog’s life in the big city… Come join one busy dog on her journey to find her place in the world, from Rob Biddulph – the genius behind the #DrawWithRob phenomenon and the bestselling and award-winning Blown Away!
For busy dogs
A busy day
Of busy work
And busy play…
But one dog doesn’t quite fit in. It’s lonely being the odd dog out. She’s willing to go to the other side of the world to look for her place in it… but it might take a different kind of journey for her to realise that maybe where she’s meant to be is right back where she started…
A gloriously illustrated story about leaving home and finding yourself, from the bestselling and award-winning Rob Biddulph, the creative star behind the viral and phenomenal #DrawWithRob and author of the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize-winning Blown Away!
This is the perfect story for boys and girls of 4+, dog-lovers everywhere and anyone who feels like the odd one out! Share it with your family and friends, and enjoy Rob Biddulph’s trademark warm-hearted humour.
Rob is the creative star behind the viral and phenomenal #DrawWithRob. When he’s not making his videos, he loves to make up silly stories for his three daughters and draw pictures to go with them.He lives and works in London, and his first book was the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize-winning Blown Away, starring Penguin Blue. You can visit Rob and all his friends at www.robbiddulph.com.
Praise for GRRRRR!: -
”'Vibrant colours and characters plus rhyming text make it a delight to read aloud.” - Huffington Post
”'Joyful and uplifting. Superb.” - Daily Mail
”'Totally grrrrreat in every respect.” - The Bookbag
”'The rhyme is so skillful and pacey it could give the Gruffalo a run for its money.” - Children’s Books Ireland
Praise for Blown Away: -
”'Best children’s book of the year.” - Observer
”'[A] gem of a book … Beautifully illustrated and wittily written.” - Standard
”'This book is capital B Brilliant.” - The Bookbag
”'Told in captivating rhyme, with plenty of jokes sprinkled through the text and illustrations, Biddulph’s tale is a travelling adventure.” - Time Out