Sally Dog Little

By Carol-Ann Hoyte

A review of Sally Dog Little by Bill Richardson

Published on October 1, 2002

Sally Dog Little
Bill Richardson

Annick Press

When a ghost pirate and his ghost dog appear, Sally Dog Little barks to let her family know. But she’s the only one who can see them. Papa warns that if Sally keeps barking, she’ll be evicted, so Sally takes drastic measures to banish the ghosts. Kids will laugh at the lengths to which Sally goes to keep from becoming a homeless hound. mRb

Carol-Ann Hoyte is the Quebec English-language regional coordinator for TD Canadian Children's Book Week and organizer of monthly mixers for Montreal anglophone children's book authors and illustrators.



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