Chip is dog-crazy. All he ever thinks about is dogs. All he ever talks about is dogs. If Chip had a dog he would teach it to sit stay, fetch, and rollover. He would love it, and it would be his best friend. But Chip's parents do not want a dog. His mother is a "cat person," and his father has the usual concerns. Poor Chip. He resigns himself to his sad fate, until one night he dreams up the perfect solution to his dog problem
In this book there are photographs accompanied by text.
William Wegman, beloved author and visual artist, is known internationally for his photographs, videos, and paintings. He has written numerous books for children, including the New York Times bestseller Puppies, and his videos appear regularly on Sesame Street. Wegman and his family, which include his four dogs Candy, Bobbin, Flo, and Topper, divide their time between New York and Maine.