Mary Murphy and Victoria Ball
A little girl has long awaited the arrival of her new puppy and now, hurrah! At last the nameless creature has arrived and she is eager to introduce the newcomer, first to the immediate surroundings and then the world at large. The latter entails a walk around the neighbourhood to see the various houses and their inhabitants both human and canine,
most of whom are very welcoming and offer to help choose Puppy a name. But then disaster! The creature disappears.
Where is Puppy?
A frantic search begins, followed by a pause for some reflection,
a joyful reunion and a return home.
Will the little girl ever settle on a name for her puppy though. Yes of course, but what will it be?
With endearing, finely detailed illustrations by Victoria Ball, Mary Murphy’s is a warm, gentle tale that will especially appeal to youngsters with a dog in the family. The little human protagonist herein shows such understanding and love in her dealings with her puppy offering a great example to young readers.