This book would make an ideal Christmas gift for any child aged six or under

Author Sue Pavey’s latest children’s picture book Where are you hiding Charlie Dog? is the second book to be published in the Charlie Dog series.

The book would make an ideal Christmas gift for any child aged six or under as they will love trying to guess where the cute, mischievous little dog might be hiding in this fun, easy-to-read rhyming picture book with wonderful illustrations by the very talented Eleni Demetriou.

Author Sue Pavey and her dog Charlie

Sue said: “It’s hard to believe that my own little Westie Dog Charlie now has two books published about him, with many more books to follow. From the original idea I had in 2013 when Charlie came in from the garden covered in mud it’s been a really exciting and busy time and so much has happened.

“I’ve loved visiting local schools and being involved in Skype in the classroom literacy project which has enabled me to link up with classrooms around the world from Guatemala to New Zealand and it’s great to see Charlie Dog’s fanbase continually growing, you can visit my website and find out all the latest info and news about Charlie Dog and his books.”

Sue will be appearing at the Tudor Barns Frost Fair in Eltham, SE9 on December 11 where she will be carrying out book readings from 1pm where signed copies of the books can be purchased.

Where are you hiding Charlie Dog? is available to buy from,, Waterstones, all good bookshops, and from her publishers Blossom Spring Publishing. RRP £6.96.

The original Charlie Dog book is available on and priced at £5.99.

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