Nikki and Richard Attree – Somebody’s Doodle
Somebody’s Doodle is a fast moving, heady mix of crime, humour, romance, and a few dogs.
Nikki and Richard Attree – ‘Nobody’s Poodle’
Illustrated by Annie Chapman
Nobody’s Poodle is a wooftastic ‘tail’ about a loveable ex-pat pooch uprooted from his home in cold, damp, muddy old England to start a new life in Tenerife. Beautifully illustrated, this is a book for dog lovers of all ages.
Rebecca J. Johnson – Gone: Cleo’s Misadventure
Cleo, a Bassett hound, knows what it is like to be lost and alone. She has finally found a loving home and her very own “Clean Ears” bowl. But one day she becomes so engrossed in following a deer trail on the family walk, that she is unable to find her way back to her loving family. Audience from 8 to 95 years old.
Emma Knight – The Journal of Ted Terrier
Illustrations by Sue Mynall
The Journal of Ted Terrier is a sensitive, poignant, witty exploration into the lives of the human, canine and feline inhabitants of a detached suburban house in England, from the point of view of the family dog, writing about his experiences, life and passions as installments in a journal.
Emma Knight – The second Journal of Ted Terrier:
Illustrations by Sue Mynall and Mr Gejo Canovas
Ted continues writing about his life and passions
Malcolm D. Welshman – Pets in a Pickle
Pets in a Pickle, is not just a collection of animals stories. The author paints a vivid picture of many fascinating characters – human and animal.
Malcolm D. Welshman – Pets Aplenty
Join novice vet, Paul Mitchell, in a further six months of hilarious escapades he experiences while working at Prospect House Veterinary Hospital.
Reggie and Me is the first book in the Dani Moore Trilogy. Dani’s story is told through her diary in the wake of her rape and subsequent court case. Having moved with her mum, Dani starts year eleven at a new school, facing various challenges that bring a renewed energy to face whatever is thrown at her and carry on regardless. She realises that ‘normality’ is something that she can define herself, with the help of her dog Reggie and the people around her.