It is bath day for Harry, which is a problem as he hates baths. So there’s only one thing for it…hide the scrubbing brush and run away. Harry has a great day getting up to all sorts of mischief…playing at the building site, sliding down coal chutes and playing tag with other dogs…getting dirtier and dirtier. But when Harry returns home his family don’t recognise him and the only way to convince them who he is is to take that bath that the so dearly hates...
This is a feel good story about a loveable dog. Readers will delight in Harry’s misadventures and antics as he goes from a white dog with black spots to a black dog with white spots. The illustrations are created using a limited colour palette of black, greens and yellows, and there is something very charming and endearing about them. There is lots for readers to spot as Harry makes his way through a range of places including the train station, the park and along the high street.
A timeless story that can be enjoyed over and over again.
Recommended for 5+.