If you love dogs of all kinds, the idea of a basket-toting dog that does his own shopping, and a story of a young girl who befriends said dog and accidentally lets a small lie spiral out of control, then I think you are going to love Pawcasso by Remy Lai.
Last month, thanks to Macmillian Children’s Publishing, I received an eARC of Pawcasso as part of its blog tour, and had the most wonderful time reading this gorgeous middle-grade graphic novel. In case you missed it, I reviewed Pawcasso and shared how much I loved the book and why.
Today, as part of the blog tour for Pawcasso, I get to share with you all some gorgeous excerpts! If you love vibrant colours and expressive illustrations that will delight, then you’re going to love what you see.
Pawcasso by Remy Lai
Pawcasso is a basket-toting dog who does his family’s grocery shopping on his own. When 11-year-old Jo is mistaken as his owner by a group of kids, she goes along with the lie in the hopes of making new friends. Soon the town becomes divided over whether Pawcasso should be allowed to roam free, and Jo worries that her lies will be exposed—and endanger Pawcasso and her new friendships.
About the Author
Remy Lai writes and draws stories for kids.
She lives in Brisbane, Australia, where she can often be found exploring the woods near her home with her two dogs, Poop-Roller and Bossy Boots