Charlie thinks his dog, Norman, has got it good: he gets to spend his days lounging on the couch or playing fetch, and he never has to do any homework. But when Charlie makes a wish to be a dog instead of a boy, things get a little topsy-turvy!
New York Times best-selling author Kelly DiPucchio's signature humor and Brian Biggs's bold, playful illustrations come together in a hilarious tale that proves that the grass always does look greener on the other side (even if that side involves drinking from the toilet!).
About the Author
Kelly DiPucchio (www.kellydipucchio.com) has written several children's books including The Sandwich Swap,with Queen Rania Al Abdullah, illustrated by Tricia Tusa; New York Times best-selling Grace for President, illustrated by LeUyen Pham; and Crafty Chloe, illustrated by Heather Ross. A graduate of Michigan State University, Kelly lives in southern Michigan with her husband and three children.
Brian Biggs (www.mrbiggs.com) is the illustrator of the Brownie and Pearl series by Cynthia Rylant; the Everything Goes series, which he also wrote; One Beastly Beast, by Garth Nix; The Boy Who Cried Alien, by Marilyn Singer; and several other children's books. He won a Christopher Award for his work on the Shredderman series by Wendelin Van Draanen. He currently lives and rides bikes in Philadelphia with his wife and two kids.