Jack is a lively dog that is rescued by Grandma. She soon finds that coping with his escapades can be quite exhausting, even if they are both unexpected and entertaining. Jack does not understand why Grandma is so cross with him so he writes letters to his good friend Ed telling him why he thinks he has ended up in the 'doghouse'.
Both Jack and Grandma learn about the trials and tribulations of living together. As Jack finds himself so often getting into trouble Grandma doesn't know what to do with him! But after all, he is only a young dog and Grandma does love him dearly, but we should keep that quiet or he might just get worse!
This exciting picture book is illustrated by Timo.CPSIA choking hazard - No choking hazard warning necessary|EU Toy Safety Directive - No warning
Dear Ed is Trish's first children's book that she completed after retiring. She is a voluntary organiser in her local community and she enjoys writing fiction and poetry based on her family and pets. Trish lives in Long Eaton, Derbyshire.