Author(s): Kevin Waldron
A stylish depiction of the life of a food-obsessed urban dog, with hints of edible humour Like most dogs, Harold is food-obsessed; unlike most dogs, he imagines food in the most unlikely places - on buildings, cars, mailboxes, even fire hydrants! When Harold gets lost in the big city, he is overtaken by hunger and begins to see things: hot dogs on an antenna, a turkey roast in the mailbox, and toast popping out the top of a build-ing! Thankfully, Harold's hungry eyes lead him to familiar landmarks and he finds his way home...to breakfast! Created for ages 4-6 years
"this original, funny story will delight children from four to six years old." -Huffpost Parents
Kevin Waldron grew up in Dublin, studied in London, and now resides in New York City with his American architect wife. He shares a studio with Oliver Jeffers, Jon Burgerman, and other UK transplants, who goad one another endlessly. He has published three picture books to date.