An expatriate American terrier living in Paris encounters a dachshund puppy who appears to be lost. Our compassionate hero takes the adorable little dog on a search of bustling Paris neighborhoods—first on foot, then by scooter and boat—trying to find his home. When Hudson discovers the puppy is homeless, he takes on the responsibility of finding a home for his new friend. This sweet, fun tale of empathy and friendship has lots of colorful Paris scenery, French vocabulary, and includes a "petit dictionnaire" of French words and phrases used in the story.
About the Author
Jackie Clark Mancuso is the author and illustrator of Paris-Chien: Adventures of an Expat Dog, Hudson in Provence, and Hudson and the Puppy: Lost in Paris, a series of children’s picture books about an American terrier living in Paris. Jackie loves to travel and visits her French friends, human and canine, whenever she can. Visit her online at JackieMancuso.com and on instagram @jackieclarkmancuso
What People are Saying About This
“My 4-year-old and I love this series about Hudson . . . these are wonderful books for your budding Francophile.”
“It's Hudson to the rescue in this third adventure featuring the charming and loveable Norwich terrier with the perky ears.”