WENDY HOLDEN's first novel, The Sense of Paper, was published by Random House, New York, in 2006 to widespread critical acclaim. Other works have included the best-selling novelization of the award-winning films The Full Monty, plus Shell Shock - an investigation into PTSD from the First World War. She lives on a farm in Suffolk, England, with her husband and two dogs.
"When Haatchi came I wasn't scared . . . He changed my life." --Owen (Little B)"We dare you not to fall in love with this unlikely pair." --Rescue Me"This beautiful book proves yet again that there is no greater force for good in the world than love." --Brad Thor, New York Times bestselling author for Today.com"Haatchi & Little B tells the poignant story of Owen, a disabled little boy who strikes up a friendship with a three-legged rescue dog." --Parade (a must-read)"Writer Wendy Holden tells the story of Haatchi and the boy nicknamed 'Little B' with warmth and understanding." --Daily Mail"This is the inspiring story of the pair's subsequent bond, a bond which has touched the hearts of thousands of people." --Basingstoke Gazette