Paw was a little Husky who lived in Alaska—and more than anything, he wanted to be part of a dog sled team. But no matter how much he begged, or how hopeful he looked, his owner would ruffle his ears and say, “Sorry . . . Only the biggest, fastest, and strongest dogs can pull my sled.” Then one day, his owner's son disappears. Paw knows he can help—but no one will listen to him! Can he rescue the boy all by himself? This endearing story proves even the smallest creatures can have the biggest hearts.
Lisa McCue has illustrated more than 150 books, including the reworking of the beloved Corduroy series and Sterling's own Quiet Bunny series. The Society of Illustrators has frequently included her work in its exhibitions. She lives in Annapolis, MD, with her husband and two sons.