Katie Kirk is a Minneapolis-based graphic designer. Through her studio, Eight Hour Day (www.eighthourday.com), she does web, print, and illustration work for a large client list, including Target and the Minnesota Orchestra. Kirk’s real-life Eli inspired this story, which is her first book.
Great book for 2 to 5 year olds. They enjoy it, and as usual with Kirk, a good learning experience.Published 8 months ago by Joe Seda
This book is an excellent story to show children that even though they may do things that disappoint or upset others, it does not affect the way they are loved. Read morePublished 15 months ago by nancy
My two year old loves this book! She memorized it cover to cover. Great graphics and story for young readers. Great deal amazon!Published 22 months ago by Kylie's Mommy
"Eli is a good dog, but sometimes bad."
This is a pretty good book about a dog who sometimes does bad things, but whom is loved very much anyway. Read more
My almost 3 y/o's name is Eli. We bought this book to help him learn to read/write his name. He LOVES this book. Cute story, and my little Eli loves to yell "ELI NO!!" everytime.Published on July 30, 2012 by Kim
This book is a favorite of my three-year-old niece, who liked being able to read along (and loudly announce) the recurring "Eli, no!" pages. Read morePublished on July 19, 2012 by Shoshona19
This is one of the best presents you could give to a dog lover of ANY age.
Packs a lot of emotion for such a small book too! Read more