Written by
Brianóg Brady Dawson
Illustrated by
Michael Connor
Coloured by
Alan Nolan
Danny Brown and his Daft Dog

It's freezing at the park! Granny has warm socks. Baby Susie has a warm hat. Poor Keeno has nothing to keep him warm. Not to worry... Danny has a plan. What could go wrong?

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64 pages
196x130 mm

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Danny Brown is always up to mischief!

Danny goes to the park with his grandparents, baby Susie and his dog, Keeno. It's a very cold day! Danny is not impressed that Keeno has nothing to keep him warm. Granny has warm socks. Baby Susie has a warm hat. Poor Keeno has nothing!

It's not fair! Not to worry.... Danny has a plan! What could go wrong?


Brianóg Brady Dawson is a primary school teacher from County Sligo. She now lives in Dublin with her husband and two children.

Her first book, Granny's Teeth, became a No.1 Bestseller, and was now followed by seven more stories about the mischievous Danny who always ends up in trouble, even when he's trying to be good! 

Michael Connor is a school teacher who lives in Limerick.

Alan Nolan lives and works in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. He has written and illustrated many books and comics for children and grown-ups, including Fintan’s Fifteen, Conor's Caveman and the Murder Can Be Fatal series.

hilarious … colourful … suitable for age five and up                                                         

Irish Examiner

loads of lovely illustrations … sweet, really engaging

Shinners and the Brood

screwball adventures from Danny Brown, for whom nothing is straightforward or ordinary

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