NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The Washington Post - Publishers Weekly - Kirkus Reviews - New York Public Library
"An utter joy from beginning to end " —Sophie Blackall, two-time Caldecott Medal winner
This hot dog has had enough of summer in the city Enough of sizzling sidewalks, enough of wailing sirens, enough of people's feet right in his face. When he plops down in the middle of a crosswalk, his owner endeavors to get him the breath of fresh air he needs. She hails a taxi, hops a train, and ferries out to the beach.
Here, a pup can run
With fluid art and lyrical text that have the soothing effect of waves on sand, award-winning author Doug Salati shows us how to find calm and carry it back with us so we can appreciate the small joys in a day.