Fergus in the Park by Tony Maddox
  

Fergus in the Park

Written by Tony Maddox

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Fergus is an utterly adorable dog who will win the hearts of small children everywhere.

A brilliant character for bedtime storytelling as well as one that toddlers will engage with on their own too particularly because of the large and charming illustrations.

Why not check out the latest creation from Tony Maddox titled Little Croc and Bird.

Synopsis

Fergus in the Park by Tony Maddox

When Farmer Bob goes shopping in town, he tells Fergus to wait for him in the truck. It's a warm day and Fergus can see into the nearby park. However, the park keeper isn't happy to see Fergus on his own, and Fergus has to use all his wits, and the help of some new friends, to escape.

About the Author

Tony Maddox was born in Birmingham. After beginning his working life as a graphic designer and illustrator, he realised a long held ambition when his first book, Spike the Sparrow who Couldn’t Sing was published in 1989. He has now had sixteen books published including nine books about Fergus the Farmyard Dog who has become a popular character worldwide.

Tony lives in Bromsgrove, Worcs. He is married with four grown-up children and eight grandchildren.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Tony Maddox
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd

Publication date

29th September 2006

ISBN

9781853408595

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