Postponed - Doughnuts, Dogs, Dirt, and David Shannon!
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Once Upon A Time is excited to launch David Shannon's newest picture book Roy Digs Dirt with a morning full of dougnuts, dogs and dirt! Fans fo No, David! and Good Boy Fergus are going to love Roy and his digging adventures! David is such a crowd favorite and so priority will be given to those who pre-order Roy from Once Upon A Time.
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About the book: Woof! Meet Roy, an adorable white dog who is wild about digging, digging, digging in the dirt!
David Shannon's picture books are loved for their endearing characters and laugh-aloud humor, and Roy's charming naughtiness will remind readers of what they love about Shannon's No, David!.
Although it's a smelly task for those who have to constantly bathe him, Roy's happiness centers on his very favorite thing-dirt-and from sunrise to sunset, he burrows in it, rolls in it, and digs up buried treasures. There's terror in every terrier, and when Roy runs into the house after being sprayed by a skunk, he faces the dreaded bathtub. Readers will see themselves in Roy's childlike delight each time he makes the biggest mess ever.
About the author: David Shannon is the internationally acclaimed creator of more than 30 picture books, including No, David!, a Caldecott Honor Book and his second New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year, and four more David picture books. Shannon's bestsellers include A Bad Case of Stripes, Duck on a Bike, and Too Many Toys. His most recent book was the New York Times bestseller Grow Up, David!. He lives in Southern California with his family and Roy, their West Highland White Terrier.
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