Getting lost is a matter of perspective in this clever picture book about a dog making his way home—with help from new friends—after a gust of wind blows him halfway across the world!
In this charmingly illustrated picture book for ages 3 to 6, a dog is blown away by a rogue gust of wind, sent far away while he’s in the middle of his bath with his owner. As the dog finds his way back home, he makes new friends all over the world who offer timely and generous help. Like all of Chwast’s stories, there is a truth hidden in its goofball premise: that if you keep your head on you and are willing to ask for help, all sorts of good folks may come to your aid.
About the Author
A master at mixing and reimagining historical styles and movements, graphic designer Seymour Chwast is famous for his diverse body of graphic design work, illustration, and lasting influence on American visual culture. Chwast is the author of more than 40 children's books, cofounder of the internationally recognized and critically acclaimed Push Pin Studios, winner of the AIGA MEDAL, and a member of the Art Directors Hall of Fame. He has created countless posters, packaging designs, album and book covers, advertisements and editorial illustrations for The New Yorker, The New York Times, Forbes, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, and The Atlantic, among many others.