When the beautiful Lucy prays to fall in love, God, taking the form of an irresponsible youth named Bob, chooses to answer her prayer personally, to the dismay of his assistant, Mr. B who must try to clean up the resulting catastrophe.
Praise for There Is No Dog…
"...earns its place among the sharpest-witted tours de force of recent memory." -Kirkus, starred review
"Wildly inventive and laugh-out-loud funny..." -Booklist, starred review
"...there's no denying that Rosoff's writing and sense of humor are a force of nature..." -Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Cheeky and subversive." -Horn Book, starred review
"Rosoff has a good time with her hunky, ne'r-do-well deity . . ." -The Washington Post