Dog Loves Fairy Tales (Louise Yates)

Dog Loves Fairy Tales (Louise Yates)

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Dog loves books, and Dog especially loves books with fairytales in them. But this particular book of fairytales has an unlucky imp inside it. Dog must help his new friend by going deep into the Enchanted Forest, full of familiar characters, as they search for the witch to break the curse... 

Product Details: 

  • Paperback: 32 pages 
  • Age Range: 3 - 5 years 
  • Publisher: Red Fox Picture Books; Reprint edition (24 Sept. 2015) 
  • Language: English 
  • ISBN-10: 1782955933 
  • ISBN-13: 978-1782955931 
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 0.5 x 26.4 cm   

Review: 

"Every school library should have Louise Yates' Dog Loves Books and Dog Loves Fairy Tales to encourage children to read and love books." (Parents in Touch)

"Yates is building Dog into quite a favourite, and the hero’s charming, reassuring shepherding of the gloomy, doomy imp is a gentle way to introduce the moral of the story ― that, sometimes, you create your own limitations." (Daily Mail)

About the Author:   

Louise’s first book, A Small Surprise, was published by Random House in 2009. Her second, Dog Loves Books, debuted as a New York Times Bestseller and won the Parents’ Choice Award in the US. In the UK Dog Loves Books won the 2010 Roald Dahl Funny Prize and was nominated (along with the more recent Frank and Teddy Make Friends, 2011, and Dog Loves Drawing, 2012) for the Kate Greenaway Medal. Dog Loves Drawing has also been shortlisted for the Red House Children's Award, 2013. Dog Loves Counting was released in the UK in March 2013.    

Louise is currently working on a new series, Toad and I with Random House and developing the Dog Loves series for TV with Random House Children’s Screen Entertainment.    

Louise read English at Christ Church, Oxford, and studied drawing at The Prince’s Drawing School, London. As well as illustrating, she practises other forms of painting and drawing, and in 2010, won the Prince of Wales’ Award for Portrait Drawing at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters’ Annual Exhibition. She lives and works in London.