Author(s): Stephen Huneck
Stephen Huneck's popular and enduring creation, Sally the dog, experiences life in the snow in this new picture book. At the ski lodge, Sally makes friends with the rescue dogs, enjoys the comforts of the lodge, and tries her paw at various winter sports. When night falls and Sally can't find her way home, the rescue dogs manage to find her and bring her back to safety. Featuring a sweet story and Huneck's signature style of illustration, this book is sure to appeal to children and dog lovers of all ages.
Stephen Huneck's first picture book, Sally Goes to the Beach, introduced readers to Sally, the curious and fun-loving black Labrador. An internationally acclaimed painter, sculptor, and printmaker, Huneck along with his wife, Gwen, are the owners of Stephen Huneck Galleries in Woodstock, Vermont; Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Key West, Florida. His hand-carved furniture, sculpture, and woodcut prints are included in various museum collections, including the White House Collection of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; the American Kennel Club Library and the Museum of American Fold Art in New York City; as well as in many prestigious private collections. Stephen, Gwen, and Sally live in the St. Johnsbury, Vermont.