Growing up in Southern Spain, Kitty is a stray puppy with a love of life and a thirst for adventure. But the world is a dangerous and frightening place for a homeless young dog, and unable to cross the busy motorway it looks as though her travels will never get started. And then she meets Bailey, another stray, who soon becomes her beloved companion and trusted friend. Together they journey through Spain until they find the peace and sanctity of the magic garden.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 129 x 198 x 12mm | 200g
- 23 Feb 2012
- Random House Children's Publishers UK
- Corgi Childrens
- London, United Kingdom
About William Corlett
William Corlett grew up in Yorkshire. After training at RADA, he worked as an actor in the theatre and on television before devoting himself full-time to writing. His teen-novel The Gate of Eden was successfully dramatised in the 1970s, and he won an Emmy for his dramatisation of The Magician's House for the BBC. William Corlett died in 2005 at the age of 67.
"A quietly moving story" -- Anna Carey * The Irish Times * "Sentimental, but full of funny doggy insights, it gives an interesting slant on the dog-human relationship for eight to 12-year olds" -- Elaine Williams * TES Teacher * "Compelling reading . . . Undoubtedly a tear-jerker" * writeaway.co.uk * "Touching and adventurous story" * Aquila * "A solid read for juniors" * The School Librarian *