A hilarious follow-up to Dave, written by Sue Hendra, the creator of the bestselling Barry the Fish with Fingers.
The hilarious sequel to a modern classic. Written by Sue Hendra, the creator of the bestselling Barry the Fish with Fingers, and illustrated by Lee Wildish, the winner of the Overall Red House Children's Book Award 2013.
Dave is a big ol' greedy guts. But oh no! His bowl is empty. The animals in the garden help him find other meals - but what will happen when he eats the dog's food? The answer will have you rolling around the floor with laughter.
'I laughed so much I farted!' Edward, aged 6
A tale guaranteed to give pre-school children the giggles. - Cork Evening Echo
Very ingenious and very funny. - Junior
A simple story, brilliantly done. A fine addition to any young book fan's bookshelf. - Bookbag
Will have youngsters in hysterics. - Birmingham Post
Very funny. Full of striking, colourful illustrations... purrfect for beginner readers. - Primary Times
An amazing book that will have people of all ages laughing. Definitely one for our favourites shelf. - Fiction Fascination
Sue Hendra (Author)
Sue Hendra is the author and illustrator of the hugely popular and hilarious Barry the Fish with Fingers and Dave. The Wanda the Alien TV series has been a huge success and is screening on Channel 5. Immediately after completing her art degree at Brighton University, Sue got a job with Bloomsbury. She also worked for Walker Books, Oxford University Press and Macmillan where she honed her skills as an illustrator and writer of picture books. Sue has been creating award-winning and bestselling picture books for over fifteen years and has worked on over seventy books.
Paul Linnet (Author)
Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet have written a number of books together, including I Need a Wee! and the hilarious Supertato series. Sue and Paul's books have sold over 1 million copies, and won numerous prizes including the Laugh Out Loud Picture Book Award in 2016.
Nick East (Illustrator)
Nick East is the illustrator of the bestselling Toto the Ninja Cat as well as the Goodnight Digger and Knock Knock series. He has been working as a museum designer for the past 16 years but has always been a storyteller, whether as a child, filling sketchbooks with quirky characters, or as a designer displaying a collection of ancient artefacts. Nick lives near York with his wife and two children and, when he isn't drawing, he is out riding bikes and spending time with his family.
Find Nick at nickeastillustration.com