TOO MANY CHEEKY DOGS
'On Monday I went to my auntie's house and guess what I saw? ONE yellow cheeky dog sleeping on the floor.'
So begins this cheeky story set in a remote Indigenous community, romping through numbers, colours and days of the week to the hilarious finale.
'A fun way of helping young readers learn their colours and days of the week ... a wonderful glimpse into life in a remote outback town.' Kids' Book Review.
Created with support from Arts Access Australia, the Rio Tinto Foundation and the Northern Territory Government.
Shortlisted Young Australians Best Book Awards - Picture Story Books 2016
Shortlisted for Koala (NSW), YABBA (VIC), KROC Awards (NT), 2016 & 2014
Shortlisted for Territory Read Award, 2014
‘Just perfect for younger listeners … colours, numbers, and days of the week … effortlessly integrated into a fun and quirky story about those pesky dogs.’ My Book Corner
Resources & Links
Read more about Johanna and Dion
Watch a short video about the making of the book
Listen to Johanna Bell on ABC Local Radio about how cheeky camp dogs are a vehicle for addressing literacy gaps
Watch an animated Auslan version of Too Many Cheeky Dogs produced by the songroom for Arts:LIVE (membership required)
Ask us a question via our Too Many Cheeky Dogs Facebook page