In this hilarious sequel to the hugely popular Barking Up the Wrong Tree, Sally Stick and her shaggy best friend Fetch discover plenty more mysteries to solve. Like, Is there a beaver loose in the town? and Who is the handbag thief?
Somehow, despite the accidents, misunderstandings and general confusion that dog the hapless pair wherever they go, they always get results. And they have a lot of fun along the way!
This book is suitable for children aged 5 and 8 years.
Meet Sally Stick and her dog (and best friend) Fetch. Together, they’re Stick and Fetch: Detectives. A girl. A dog. A detective agency. A fun, madcap trio of stories featuring two lovable heroes with a LOT of hair.
Philip Ardagh is a prolific writer who has been published in 40 languages around the world. His titles include the bestselling Eddie Dickens trilogy, High in the Clouds, co-written with Paul McCartney, and Stinking Rich and Just Plain Stinky, the winner of the 2009 Roald Dahl Funny Prize. He stands two metres tall with a most impressive beard, and lives with his wife and son in Kent, the Garden of England.
Elissa Elwick writes as well as illustrates, and is the author/illustrator of The Princess and the Sleep Stealer. She conjures up ideas from the Fleece Station, London: a studio shared by fellow book makers Sarah McIntryre and Gary Northfield.