The Girl Who Thought She Was a Dog: World Book Day 2018 by Clare Balding

The Girl Who Thought She Was a Dog: World Book Day 2018

Written by Clare Balding

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The Girl Who Thought She Was a Dog: World Book Day 2018 by Clare Balding

Fennel and Twiglet are best friends. They do everything together, from curling up in their basket to playing fetch in the park. Twiglet understands Fennel like no one else, especially her life-long dream of winning Crufts. There's just one problem: Fennel isn't a dog. And a girl can't win a competition for dogs, no matter how much she acts like one. Can she?

About the Author

Clare Balding

Clare Balding's first book, My Animals and Other Family, was a runaway number one bestseller and won the Autobiography of the Year at the 2012 Specsavers National Book Awards. Her subsequent book, Walking Home was also a Sunday Times Bestseller. Clare has been a broadcaster on TV and radio for over twenty years. She has covered a range of events including five summer Olympics, four Paralympics, four Winter Olympics, three Commonwealth Games and twenty-one Grand Nationals. In 2012 she won a BAFTA special award for her work on the London Olympics and Paralympics. She also won Presenter of the Year at the Royal Television Society Awards, Sports Broadcaster of the Year from the Sports Journalists Association and awards from Red, Attitude, TRIC, Women in Film and TV and Glamour magazine. In 2013 she received an OBE for services to broadcasting and journalism and in February 2016, Clare will be presented with the prestigious Media Society Annual Award.

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96 pages
Interest Age: From 7 to 11 years


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Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

22nd February 2018




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