The little dog with a GIANT personality from Fenway and Hattie is starring in his own chapter book series!
Fenway is ready to learn a new trick!
When Fenway sees a dog leap into the air and catch a Frisbee, he wants to do it, too. But catching a Frisbee is harder than it looks.
Good thing Fenway is willing to keep trying, and he impresses everyone with a special trick of his own!
With an easy reading level and lively illustrations, emerging readers will be eager to get their paws on the Make Way for Fenway! chapter books.
About the Author
Victoria J. Coe grew up in the seaside community of Duxbury, Massachusetts, and went on to live in New York and San Francisco, as well as large and small towns on both U.S. coasts. During her family's most recent move, she noticed her dog's confusion and started to wonder what was going through his mind. As they walked in Boston's Fenway neighborhood, his reactions to the sights, sounds, and smells of the city took hold of her imagination. While she has written for many publications and nonprofit causes, authoring her first novel for children is the realization of a lifelong dream. Victoria now lives with her family on the outskirts of Boston where she and her dog are always on the lookout for delivery trucks. And squirrels.
Born in Malaysia, Joanne Lew-Vriethoff grew up in Los Angeles and now devides her time between Amsterdam and Asia. She has worked in the television industry as a character and concept illustrator for clients pitching children's television shows as well as in graphic design in New York. Besides making art, Joanne loves exploring the world with her family, road trips, photography, cycling along the Amsterdam canals at midnight, snorkeling, day dreaming, collecting picture books and stationary, and loves Kpop and Jazz.
Praise for Fenway and the Frisbee Trick:
“A good choice for dog lovers ready to dig into chapter books. . . Expressive sketches with a charmingly retro feel appear every few pages, breaking up the full-page text and providing clues to Fenway’s state of mind.” —School Library Journal