Who could resist a dog who manages to wind a whole household round his paw while committing sins that deserve the harshest punishment? Greedy, always out for the main chance, not above taking revenge on the one person in the person in the house who doesn't like him, he remains utterly appealing. And with Cecil Aldin's pictures to bring him vibrantly alive, he has captivated generations of children and adults alike. First published in 1902, "A Dog Day" has been continously in demand ever since. It remains Cecil Aldin's most enduring creation, and now appears again for a new generation, to delight all those with a soft spot for a wholly lovable scamp.