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Is There A Dog In This Book?
In this third title in the extraordinarily inventive, brilliantly interactive "Cats" series from award-winning illustrator Viviane Schwarz - our three favourite picture book cats Tiny, Moonpie and Andre make a new furry friend.
Another brilliantly interactive book full of flaps and surprises from the award-winning creator of There Are Cats in this Book and There Are No Cats in this Book. Tiny, Moonpie and Andre smell something funny... but what can it be? Wait, hang on a second, is it a DOG? Is there a dog in this book?! Oh no! The cats are scared of dogs! Dogs are snappy and yappy, smelly and noisy and... they hate cats. So, they all try and hide from him - behind the couch, under the piano, in the wardrobe... Will the little doggy ever find them? An irresistibly fun book for cat (and dog) lovers!
About the Author
Viviane Schwarz is the author-illustrator of the highly acclaimed picture books There Are Cats in This Book and There Are No Cats in This Book, both of which were shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal (2009, 2012). The Adventures of a Nose was also shortlisted for the V&A illustration Award. She was named one of the Booktrust's Best New Illustrators 2011. Her debut graphic novel The Sleepwalkers was nominated for the British Comics Awards and her activity picture book Welcome to Your Awesome Robot was published to great acclaim. Viviane lives in London, SE23.
The Snowman And The Snowdog
Raymond Briggs's beloved Snowman returns in this new Step 1 Step into Reading early reader . . . accompanied by a snow puppy! When Billy wishes his snowman and snowdog to life, they take him on a journey to the North Pole, where he competes in a sled race and even meets Santa Claus! Young readers can now enjoy the magic of The Snowman and the Snowdog in this simple, accessible adaptation. Fans of the modern classic will definitely want to come along on this new adventure.
Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story.
The Witch And The Dog
A laugh out loud story about etiquette. Can Daphne, a charming witch, change Harry from a messy, mannerless mutt into a polished pooch?
Manners may make the man, but no one told Harry, a scruffy ill-bred dog with terrible habits. When he's abandoned on Daphne's doorstep, it seems he's beyond hope. Fortunately, Daphne is a charming witch with excellent manners.
Can she transform him from a messy, mannerless mutt into a perfect, polished pooch, or will she have no choice but to turn him into a toad?
About the Author
Sue McMillan works in publishing. Owen Davey is the author and illustrator of Night Knight and Foxly's Feast. He has won several illustration awards and his work has been featured in the New York Times and Jamie Oliver's food magazine."
Tired Scenes From A City Window
Tired Scenes From A City Window is David Rullo's first collection of poetry. Rullo spent close to a decade writing and selecting the poetry in Tired Scenes From A City Window. Tired Scenes From A City Window is a reflection of urban life. Rullo tells his story in a voice all his own. His influences include Kerouac, Ginsberg, Ferlinghetti as well as other Beat writers. In the tradition of most Beat Poetry Rullo's tales reflect from the outside and on the fringes of society. Tired Scenes From A City Window is a collection of poetry you'll read from cover to cover again and again.
A Dog's Tale (annotated)
A powerful piece of fiction, being told entirely from the dog's standpoint, with a widespread appeal to all classes of readers.
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