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Seb and Mama go to visit Mrs. Kenny, but there’s a dog called Hamish at the house too. Woof woof,” says Hamish. Home,” says Seb in a little voice. While Mama and Mrs. Kenny have tea, Hamish is shut in another room and Seb plays with his train set. He gets so absorbed he forgets all about Hamish until a piece of his cookie slips under the door. Seb puts his finger through the gap, peeps under the door, and two gentle eyes look back at him. Hello, Hamish,” says Seb. When it’s time to go home, Mama looks everywhere for Seb. Where could he be? Seb and Hamish are found at last, curled up together, fast asleep!
NIKI DALY has won many awards for his work. His groundbreaking Not So fast Songololo, winner of a U.S Parent's Choice Award, paved the way for post-apartheid South African children's books. Since then, Niki has been widely published and has spoken in several countries. Among his many Frances Lincoln books, Once Upon a Time was an Honor Winner in the US Children's Africana Book Awards. Jamela's Dress was chosen by the ALA as a Notable Children's Book and by Booklist as one of the Top 10 African American Picture Books of 2000. It also won both the Children's Literature Choice Award and the Parent's Choice Silver Award. Niki lives with his wife, the illustrator Jude Daly, in South Africa.
JUDE DALY is an internationally renowned illustrator, whose books for Frances Lincoln include The Gift of the Sun, To Everything There is a Season, Let There Be Peace, The Faraway Island and Sivu’s Six Wishes. Seb and Hamish is the first book she has written for her husband, Niki Daly, to illustrate.