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Horse Meets Dog (Hardcover)
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“A wonderful read! You’ll never look at horses or dogs the same way again!” —Jon Stewart, former host of The Daily Show
Horse is just an oversize dog with funny paws…according to Dog. And Dog? Just a tiny baby horse with a weird tail. That’s what Horse thinks, anyway.
Television comedy writer Elliott Kalan and acclaimed illustrator Tim Miller team up in this clever comedy of mistaken species identity.
More praise for Horse Meets Dog:
“Horse meets Dog! Kalan meets Miller! Two great teams—one SO-DARN-FUNNY book! Go get it!” —Laurie Keller
“Horse Meets Dog is a sweet, wise, and genuinely ha-ha funny exploration of not just horse/dog relations (historically strained), but also of friendship and difference.” —John Hodgman, author of Vacationland
About the Author
Elliott Kalan has written for the television shows Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and the comic book series Spider-Man and the X-Men. Horse Meets Dog is his first picture book. Elliott lives with his wife and young son in Southern California, where he runs the Foundation for Animal Recognition, Mutual (FARM), dedicated to finally solving the serious public problem of horse-dog meeting confusion.
Tim Miller is the author-illustrator of Moo Moo in a Tutu and What’s Cooking, Moo Moo? and the illustrator of the picture books Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book!), Snappsy the Alligator and His Best Friend Forever! (Probably), and Margarash as well as the middle grade series Hamstersaurus Rex. Raised on a farm with cows (not horses) in Washington State, he now lives a more urban life in New Jersey with his wife and their cats (not dogs). You can visit Tim online at www.timmillerillustration.com.
“A wonderful read! You’ll never look at horses or dogs the same way again!”
— Jon Stewart
“Horse Meets Dog is a sweet, wise, and genuinely ha-ha funny exploration of not just horse/dog relations (historically strained), but also of friendship and difference.”
— John Hodgman
“Horse meets Dog! Kalan meets Miller! Two great teams – one SO-DARN-FUNNY book! Go get it!”
— Laurie Keller
“A terrific picture book debut, moving the wonderfully narcissistic dialogue along quickly as these two huge—and hugely mistaken—egos battle it out.”
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)