Eric Hill left school when he was 15, and was encouraged to become an illustrator by a newspaper cartoonist he met while working as a messenger for a commercial art studio. Hill is well known for the creation of a lively puppy named Spot who first appeared in the lift-the-flap book WHERE'S SPOT? in 1980.
From the Publisher
Spot, the playful pup featured in such books as "Where's Spot?" and "Spot Goes to the Farm," welcomes home his new baby sister, Susie, in this lift-the-flap book. Readers can help Spot and his friends, Helen the Hippo and Tom the Alligator, look for Susie when she runs off with Spot's bone. Color illustrations accompany the text.
Follows Spot through his busy day as he plays with his new sister, Susie, and learns how much work a baby sister can be, with flaps allowing the readers to answer questions.