Remains to be Seen

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Story: John O'Driscoll, Richard Kelley. Illustrator: Arthur Robins

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When seven-year-old Tom rescues a funny looking little dachshund from the dog pound, he has no idea that they’re about to take off on a series of high-flying adventures—literally. Max has a tail that spins instead of wagging. When he hears the name of his favorite food—sausages—it spins so fast he can actually fly!


Children's, Adventure, Comedy, Action, Crime, Family

Short Summary

A dog-pound manager and an imposter policeman confiscate Max, claiming his original owner has been found. Tom dreams that he asks the queen of England—a fellow dog lover—for help, and she threatens to jail the pound manager in the Tower of London if Max isn't released. The dream gives Tom an idea.



Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

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Plot - Other Elements

Meaningful Message, Happy Ending

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Max the Flying Sausage Dog

Age: 3

Gender: Male

Role: Sidekick

Key Traits: Faithful, Charming, Confident, Funny, Modest, Obedient, Underdog, Adventurous, Extraordinary Powers and Abilities

Additional Character Details

Name: Tom

Age: 7

Gender: Male

Role: Mentor

Key Traits: Charming, Faithful, Gracious, Heroic, Adventurous, Funny, Honorable, Modest, Engaging, Confident

Additional Character Details

Name: The dog-pound manager.

Age: 40

Gender: Male

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive, Criminal, Manipulative, Secretive, Villainous, Greedy

Additional Character Details

Name: Imposter Policeman

Age: 30

Gender: Male

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Criminal, Greedy, Manipulative, Naive, Secretive, Clumsy, Funny, Uneducated, Villainous

About The Author

Target Audiences

Age: 7-12

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Year Published: 2015

Hard Copy Available



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