When Sherlock the sheepdog hears the news about a beast with black fur roaming about town, he knows he has to investigate. Hatching a plan to find this terrifying creature, he soon finds what he is looking for.
However, not everything is as it seems and this surprisingly hairy mystery will take one incredibly clever pup to get to the bottom of it.
Based loosely upon the story of ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ – one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous works – Sherlock and the Baskerville Beast is a children’s story that reimagines the world’s greatest detective as man’s best friend.
Follow Sherlock the sheepdog on a fun, thrilling and beautifully illustrated adventure as he discovers the truth behind the “beast” that is terrifying locals in the quaint British town.
About the Author
Corrine Gosling is an author from Alexandria, Virginia, USA. Often at home working with her English Sheepdogs Sherlock and Adler by her side, Corinne was inspired to write a story about her canine companions. Taking inspiration from his literary namesake, the author penned her debut children’s picture book Sherlock and the Baskerville Beast.
When she isn’t writing stories, Corinne Gosling enjoys taking Sherlock and Adler out for walks.
About the Illustrator
Andrea Alemanno is an Italian illustrator with a distinct, vibrant and traditional style that combines classical and modern techniques. An artist from an early age, Andrea has received wide acclaim for her work in Italy – particularly children’s books. Her first published book ‘Barchetto’ was shortlisted for the 2013 ‘Premio Letteratura Ragazzi di Cento’ award, coming third overall. Outside of children’s illustrations, Andrea has also worked on graphic design, cartography, and role-playing game projects.