The Hundred mile an hour Dog
Written by Jeremy Strong
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Chosen as the Puffin Modern Classic 1990 - 1999. A World Book Day 'Recommended Read' for 2011
Featuring a boy, an extremely fast family pet dog and a bet, this is very definitely laugh-out-loud funny and chock full of action and adventure during what might otherwise have been a rather boring summer holiday. Reading this will certainly bring more than just a smile to those who read it. Fantastic. And, don’t forget if you enjoy this one the super-fast dog and his friend return in a further adventure, The Return of the Hundred Mile An Hour Dog.
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The Hundred mile an hour Dog by Jeremy Strong
Streaker is a mixed-up kind of dog... with quite a bit of Ferrari and a large chunk of whirlwind... She's a rocket on four legs with a woof attached, and Trevor has got until the end of the holidays to train her. If he fails, he'll lose his bet with horrible Charlie Smugg, and something very, very yucky involving frogspawn will happen.
About the Author
Paperback (b Format)
Interest Age: From 7
More books by Jeremy Strong
Penguin Books Ltd
4th January 2007
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