Dog has lost his leg. Can Fox help him find it?
When Dog is happy, he jiggles. But this morning he isn’t feeling jiggly at all. His friend Fox sees the problem straightaway. Dog has lost one of his legs! Join the friends on their search for Dog’s missing leg. A charming story about helping a friend when they most need it. Features the universal themes of friendship, teamwork, creativity and mystery. Carlee Yardley's felt artwork brings charm and fun to this quirky and sweet tale.
Carlee Yardley writes and illustrates books for children. She was born in Melbourne, but now lives near the sea in Coffs Harbour with her husband and four young children. The inspiration for her first picture book came from a bunch of stuffed animals she made for her children. Carlee uses fabric scraps and a sewing machine to bring the characters to life and send them out on adventures. Dog and the Lost Leg is her first book.
A delightful story to captivate younger children.
These images are beautiful. I never knew that appliqué could be so expressive. These simple, yet beautifully crafted images belie their deep expressiveness.
Creative Kids Tales
Young children are very familiar with losing things and this delightful story opens up creative possibilities for resolution and includes the universal themes of friendship and acceptance of difference.
Australian picture books feature.
Oh Creative Day
This book is an animated, engaging story of the case of a missing leg. With elements of problem solving, creativity, acceptance and wit, ‘Dog and the Lost Leg’ is a testament to the power of friendship and charity between diverse characters.