Duncan Ball's Selby books have repeatedly been winners of 'children's choice' book awards.
Selby - the only talking dog in Australia, and perhaps the world - returns with more stories to entertain and amuse in the thirteenth book of the series.
The whole of Australia, and maybe the rest of the world, too, is talking about Selby . . . is he real or isn't he? There are arguments and fights in the playground, and even Dr and Mrs Trifle are disagreeing.
As the title story begins, Mrs Trifle is putting material in a time capsule to be placed in the Bogusville Memorial Rose Garden, ready to be opened in one hundred years' time.
Selby decides to write a diary entry of his own, but Aunt Jetty's boys, Willy and Billy, decide to write down some of their own thoughts about Selby . . . and they aren't nice!
How will Selby salvage these notes from the time capsule, and will his secret finally be revealed to the world?
This hilarious collection of stories in the bestselling Selby series is guaranteed to leave you gasping with laughter.