Illustrated in black-and-white. When her parents can’t afford a new pet, seven-year-old Janie invents one. Her new pretend dog is Henry, an invisible Great Dane who eats invisible food bought with invisible money. Then some mysterious events–and perhaps a touch of magic–bring the invisible Henry to life.
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About Dick King-Smith
“[I] am a very happy man doing what is in effect my hobby for a living, i.e. writing stories for children.”—Dick King-Smith Dick King-Smith grew up in Gloucestershire, England. He lives with his wife in a small 17th-century cottage, three… More about Dick King-Smith