Mike & Scrabble Too explores the growing relationship between a Dog and her Human through the medium of interpretive dance, illustrated giggles and pithy one-liners. It's better than Mike & Scrabble, because Dogs make Humans better people.
The relationship between dogs and humans has been evolving for tens of thousands of years, but it was only when Scrabble began writing about this from a dog's perspective that humans realised the true nature of their 'Best Friend' status. You could read an academic guide to understanding this friendship, and you probably should, but you should also flick through the thoughtful, insightful and funny thoughts of this rather clever dog.
Mike&ScrabbleToo is the difficult second album or the awkward sequel to Mike&Scrabble. It represents the collected posts and tweets of our dynamic duo from the summer of 2016 to 'it's Christmas,' and reflects the changing nature of their relationship – as well as the improving drawing skills of Scrabble's chosen illustrator, Mike.
This book features more flights of fancy, more smiles and fewer moments of sadness than Scrabble's first offering: if you really enjoy melancholy, you should buy it and write a bad review.
FeaturesYou can never own enough books about a cute dog
Training your Human is a never-ending process - this is book two of an infinite number of books
If Humans were as smart as Dogs, they would write books about training dogs
Human's can be awesome companions for Dogs - as long as you train them well
Train your Human to collect these books
If you loved Mike&Scrabble, you'll love Mike&ScrabbleToo twice as much
This guide is aimed at Dogs, do not let your Human read it under any circumstances!
Mike & Scrabble live together, work together and play together - this is a book about how that works out
This is a simple book, because it's aimed at Humans, if it were really for Dogs there would be a lot more words and less pictures
Love me, love my Human
About the author
Mike Dicks (1967-) was born in Bishops Stortford, England. He grew up in Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, and then moved around a lot, having what is best described as a 'portfolio career,’ and a life of creating anecdotes about himself. Mike lives by the sea in Brighton (Hove, actually), England, with his dog, and co-author, Scrabble. His first book, ‘Mike&Scrabble - a guide to owning your new Human’ was published in early 2017.