A chaotic canine comedy that will have you barking with laughter.

When Danny made a wish to stay home instead of going to a family wedding, he didn’t expect to end up trapped in the body of a dog! Now he's stuck with Mrs Grout who loves cleaning – and hates dogs. In fact, she hates them so much that Danny's sure she's got something horrible planned for him...

Meanwhile, Dudley the dog is off on the adventure of a lifetime. He might look like a normal ten-year-old boy, but he has no idea how to behave like one. Drinking from the toilet bowl, chasing cats and licking loved ones is a sure fire way to get into Very Big Trouble.


Before she became a writer, Caroline Green was a journalist and Paddington Bear obsessive (although not necessarily in that order). She has written bestselling crime novels (writing as Cass Green and CS Green) and award-winning fiction for teenagers. Caroline lives in North London and teaches writing to both adults and children. There's a Dog in My Brain! is her first novel for younger children, in part inspired by the fact that she has an unusually good sense of smell (for a human).
Rikin Parekh studied at Camberwell College of Arts, then at the University of Westminster in Harrow. After working as a Film Production Illustrator working on monster movies, he moved to children's publishing. His influences range from Jim Henson, Dr. Seuss, Sir Quentin Blake, Colin West, Val Biro, Judith Kerr, Kandinsky, Jimi Hendrix, and the great Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau.


Featured in The Bookseller’s January 2022 previews.

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