Every part of me's a letter
Does that help you see me better?
Look very closely, Can you see the hidden letters that spell me?

How do you spell DOG? In this brand new collection of typographic doggy delights this award winning illustrator show you a whole new way to spell your best friend. Each picture is created using only the letters that spell each dog's name, and is partnered with a brief, amusing verse. The exact fonts used are provided in a key on each page to help readers find all the letter shapes and that spell each dog. Includes Teachers' Notes.


Maree Coote, Creative Director of over 25 years experience, her skills honed by the likes of at Clemenger Advertising, DM&M and John Singleton Advertising. Maree has many powerful campaigns to her credit. Highly brand-literate, production-literate and a sound strategic thinker, Maree will be central to your new project.

Maree works with a small, flexible and expert team who can create and produce memorable, remarkable advertising.


a five-star book, that I highly recommend.

Sarah Fairbairn

Highly recommended… no one will be able to resist picking it up from the display shelf.


Year Three to Year Six classes at school have rather gushed over ‘Dogography’… pure fun

Children's Books Daily

Dogography is very inventive and completely captivating. Perfect for our four year old who is learning to write, love letters and lives puzzles. The wonderful letter art encourages letter recognition, observation, spelling and design skills.

The Blog of Dad

Dogography is a picture book with a twist, its stunning illustrations match with the rhyming text and will generate hours of fun for both children and parents. Favourite illustrations include the dachsund, the poodle and the Irish setter, though I have not found all the letters in the labradoodle image yet!

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