Don't Trust Cats: Life Lessons from Chip the Dog (Hardcover)

Don't Trust Cats: Life Lessons from Chip the Dog By Dev Petty, Mike Boldt (Illustrator) Cover Image

Don't Trust Cats: Life Lessons from Chip the Dog (Hardcover)

By Dev Petty, Mike Boldt (Illustrator)

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Chip the dog from Don't Eat Bees is back, with more "wisdom" to share, including some hard-won life lessons about cats. From the favorite picture book comic duo of Dev Petty and Mike Boldt.

Chip has been described as very smart and also a dog. And because he's a very good boy, he's going to share his tips on how to live your best life, namely: Don't trust cats. Not even the little, fluffy ones with big eyes. Nohow, no meow.

Trust the squirrel you always chase, trust grandpa (sure, he cheats at cards but he always has treats), and trust that skunk (he seems nice. What could possibly go wrong?). Do NOT trust cats, especially not Mittens.

In this fabulously funny pet story, dog AND cat lovers will enjoy seeing their own fur-friends in Chip's earnest yet ridiculous guide to life.

Also available: Don't Eat Bees (Life Lessons from Chip the Dog)
DEV PETTY is the author of many books for kids, including I Don’t Want to Be a Frog, Don't Eat Bees, Don't Trust Cats, and Elmore the Christmas Moose. She lives in Berkeley, California, with her husband, daughters, dogs, a snake named Boots, and two cats.

MIKE BOLDT is a New York Times bestselling children's book creator who lives in Alberta, Canada, with his wife, three children, a dog, and a few cats. His books include I Don’t Want to Be a Frog, Elmore the Christmas Moose, Don't Eat Bees, Don't Trust Cats, Find Fergus, Bad Dog, and the New York Times bestseller Just One Bite by Camila Alves McConaughey and Adam Mansbach.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593706787
ISBN-10: 0593706781
Publisher: Doubleday Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: January 2nd, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Life Lessons from Chip the Dog
"A fun and exuberant picture book that lots of young readers and their grown-ups will enjoy."—School Library Journal

"What a wag!"—Kirkus Reviews