Big Dogs, Little Dogs
by Jim Medway
350 x 280 mm
300 colour illustrations
Rights sold: USA, Canada
Charming and original colour illustrated book showing over 250 dog breeds from around the world – fantastic and fun dog book identifier that can be used by all the family.
Big dogs, little dogs, black dogs, white dogs, hairy dogs, smooth dogs, short-tailed dogs, long-tailed dogs, spotty dogs, funny dogs, happy dogs…
… every dog group and every dog breed in one big, beautiful book.
This wonderful new book of dogs, aimed a children 3–7 (and their parents), includes every dog breed as listed by the American Kennel Club. Divided into fun double-page spreads the book features all of the seven groups – Working, Toy, Sporting, Non-Sporting, Herding, Hound, and Terrier – as well as other rare breeds recognised in the UK and Europe (under European and World dog sections).
The book also includes a section on fashionable designer dogs as well as a charming puppy identifier.
At the back of the book an extensive dog index gives the reader fun facts about every breed featured.
A great new reference guide for all the family that will make your little children dog experts!
• First illustrated reference book to include ALL the American Kennel Club breeds and many more important breeds from around the world, including the UK, Australia, Asia, Africa and Europe – 280 breeds in total
• Includes special sections on designer breeds and popular puppies
• Fabulous colour drawings by award-winning artist Jim Medway
Author: Jim Medway
Award-winning artist and illustrated Jim Medway was born in Wakefield, studied in Manchester, and now lives in Furness Vale, High Peak, Derybshire. He has illustrated fiction – Shorty Loves Wing Wong (Faber & Faber) – comic books – Playing Out (Blank Slate Books) – and children’s books – The Land of the Frontiebacks: A Curious Alphabet of Confused Creatures (winner of the Children’s Book of the Year, 2014, Junior Magazine) and Turvytops: A Really Wild Island (8 Books). His work has been exhibited at the Paul Stolper Gallery in London.