Little Dog and the Christmas Wish

Synopsis

Little Dog and Jonathan are best friends. They do everything together. But on Christmas Eve Little Dog finds himself lost and alone in a busy city. How will he find his way home? Can Christmas wishes come true?
Robin Cowcher
About the author

Robin Cowcher

Robin Cowcher is a Melbourne illustrator. She worked for The Age newspaper as a designer/illustrator/art director, most recently as the Illustrations Editor.She created cover concepts, talent-spotted, briefed and commissioned staff and freelancers and drew for the paper for over twenty years. She was a Walkley finalist in 2006 and highly commended for an illustration in any medium in the 2006 Melbourne Press Club Quill awards.As a designer and Art Director her work has appeared in Society of Newspaper Design annuals and as Art Director of SundayLife! magazine won the magazine of the year award in 1998.She has work in The State Library of Victoria collection of cartoons. She continues to draw for The Age in a freelance capacity and enjoys printmaking and drawing for pleasure.

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Corinne Fenton
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Corinne Fenton

Corinne Fenton has a passion for picture books, especially those that have a connection with history. Her picture books are read by four to ninety-four year olds.

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