This was the voice of Charles.
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Online Voices in the Park
This one is a great interactive book version of the book, with a map too!
We puzzled over this picture, what Anthony Browne meant by the statues. Mr Gregg wasn't sure. But we found something on the Internet. Anthony Brown explains:
"There’s a picture in Voices in the Park where the two dogs are racing around, as the text says, “Like old friends,” and I've painted the mongrel dog with the pedigree dog’s tail and vice versa. That’s just a little way of saying there’s no real difference between them. The two statues above the dogs represent the woman and the man in the story. They’re set in stone; they’re never going to change."