Beware the Werepup - Julie Sykes (Paperback)

4 Books in 1!

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Description

Four bonkers stories about unusual pets and off-the-wall adventures. Fantastic value for money!

Product Details

Barcode
9781447219613
Department
Books
Released
1 May 2014
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Julie Sykes
Nathan Reed (Illustrator)
Subtitle
4 Books in 1!
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Trafalgar Square Books
Edition
Unabridged edition
Language
English
Number of Pages
384
Dimensions
197 x 127 x 25mm (295g)

Annotation

Four bonkers stories about unusual pets and off-the-wall adventures. Fantastic value-for-money!

Summary

A crazy collection of all four of The Pet Sitter books, brought together for the very first time&;Beware the Werepup, Dixie in Danger, Parrot Pandemonium, and Tiger Taming

When animal lover Max sets up his pet-sitting business, he finds himself looking after some very unusual pets. Max has to contend with a werepup who can only be walked at night, a parrot whose practical jokes land them both in serious trouble, a time-traveling dormouse, and a talking cat with way too much attitude. Max's pet-sitting abilities are put to the test in these hilarious adventures.

Juvenile Fiction

General Subject
Juvenile Grades 3-4 Ages 8-9
BISAC Subject 1
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / General
BISAC Subject 2
Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
BIC Classification 1
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
Dewey Classification
FIC

Author Bio

Julie Sykes is an award-winning author of over fifty books, mostly about animals and magic. She lives with her family and their wolf in a cottage in Hampshire. When Julie isn't busy writing, she spends her time eating cake, reading, sailing and walking. You can visit Julie at www.juliesykes.co.uk and she blogs on www.girlsheartbooks.com. Nathan Reed graduated from Falmouth College of Art in 2000. He has illustrated children's books for Puffin and HarperCollins as well as for Macmillan and Campbell Books. Nathan lives in London.