I Am the Longest Dog

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By Avery Monsen

Illustrated by Avery Monsen

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$17.99

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$23.49 CAD

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Hardcover

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From the co-author of the hilarious national bestseller All My Friends Are Dead comes a very tall tale about a very long dog—with a very big surprise at the tail-end!
 
Lucy is the world's longest dog, but just how long is she? Like, are we talking pretty long? Or super-crazy number-one-record-breaking BANANAS long? See for yourself in this hilarious picture book by best-selling author-illustrator Avery Monsen. (Warning: the dog is very long.)

  • "[V]ery well delivered. The suspense and hinted expectation that every page turn may reveal Lucy’s head does not get old and, in fact, provides some solid laughs when Lucy punks her readers…. [It] will effortlessly invite participation with young audiences, giving the book great read-aloud appeal for teachers, caregivers, and dog-loving librarians alike."
    Booklist
  • "A cheerful, good-humored bit of a stretch."
    Kirkus
  • “Amusing and quippy, with some rib-nudging humor…a terrific read aloud.”
    BCCB

On Sale
Feb 2, 2021
Page Count
48 pages
ISBN-13
9781368053211

Avery Monsen

About the Illustrator

Avery Monsen is the author and illustrator of I Am the Longest Dog, and the coauthor I Feel Relatively Neutral About New York, K is for Knifeball, and the national bestseller All My Friends Are Dead. As an actor he has appeared on 30 Rock, The Tonight Show, High Maintenance, Maron, Adam Ruins Everything, and Alexa & Katie.

Abby Hanlon is the author and illustrator of the award-winning Dory Fantasmagory chapter book series, which has been translated into twenty-one languages and selected by the Junior Library Guild. As a New York City public school teacher, she wrote and illustrated her debut picture book, Ralph Tells a Story, which is now used widely in elementary classrooms. Abby lives in Brooklyn with her husband, twins, and scruffy dog, Caroline.

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