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Notso Hotso

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 96 Nombre de pages
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Suddenly Anthony the dog can do nothing but scratch. Everyone finds this disgusting, including Anthony, and soon it's time for a v... Lire la suite
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Suddenly Anthony the dog can do nothing but scratch. Everyone finds this disgusting, including Anthony, and soon it's time for a visit to the vet. Anthony has a skin problem and must have all his fur shaved off except that on his head and tail, definitely notso hotso.

Auteur

Anne Fine read politics and history at Warwick University. Her first novel was published in 1975; now she writes for both adults and children and is one of the UK's most successful writers. Her awards include two Carnegie Medals, the Guardian Fiction Prize, two Whitbread Prizes and a Smarties Prize. GOGGLE-EYES was serialised on TV and MADAME DOUBTFIRE became a Hollywood hit movie. Anne lives in County Durham.



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An entertaining animal story from the children's laureate, about a little dog with an embarrassing coat problem, that provides the perfect companion volume to "Diary Of A Killer Cat". Readership level: 7+.



Résumé
It's a dog's life for Anthony. Not only is he lacking the respect he deserves from the neighbourhood dogs and cats, but suddenly all he can do is scratch, scratch, scratch. And now bits of him are dropping off - yeuch! Just when Anthony thinks things can't get any worse, he finds himself on the vet's table. What she has in mind is about to destroy the tiny shred of street cred he has left...

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Titre: Notso Hotso
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Code EAN: 9780141312507
ISBN: 978-0-14-131250-7
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Penguin Books
Genre: Enfants et adolescents
nombre de pages: 96
Poids: 76g
Taille: H195mm x B129mm x T7mm
Année: 2002

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