Montanan cowboy Kit and his dog Willy host a hilarious and subversive look at (not quite all of the) dogs of the world—from Labradors to Shar Peis to Balloon Dogs (they only last about a week, less if you have a cactus) The Dachshund is probably the most sausage-like thing there is, other than a sausage. Don't keep him in the fridge however, as he will eat EVERYTHING. Hilarious and adorable illustrations accompany important dog facts (The Old English Sheep Dog can't see where it is going) and advice (What you will need: Plenty of glue and tape for sticking all your broken things back together again.) Adults and children alike will enjoy this irreverent and loving look at different breeds, while benefiting from its lessons (Never put a Bichon Frisé in a bubble bath. You will not find it again.) From the ink-spattered cover to the bark code on the back, this is a visual delight for booklovers and doglovers alike.
Zebedee Helm is an artist who has had regularly gallery exhibitions and has been published in the Spectator. His previous children's books are Maggie and Rose's Lovely Story and Oscar and Bentley Totally Save the Day and Are Heroes.