Lost! The Hundred mile an hour Dog
Written by Jeremy Strong
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Already the heroine of many hilarious stories Streaker, so named for her exceptional speed, gives another hilarious dog’s-eye view of the strange world of humans. When Streaker sees some pies unguarded in the back of a pie van, she is determined to protect them. But then the van takes off and soon Streaker is miles from home and completely lost. Will she ever get back to her adorable pups and to Trevor, her kind if hopeless two-legged owner? A fast paced thriller full of crazy moments. Other titles featuring Streaker include The Hundred Mile an Hour Dog and Return of the Hundred Mile an Hour Dog
Shortlisted for the Blue Peter Award for ‘the funniest story with pictures’.
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Lost! The Hundred mile an hour Dog by Jeremy Strong
Streaker the dog is lost. And not just a bit lost, but really lost! It wasn't even her fault! She wanted to protect some pies from the pie robber and suddenly she's miles from home and two-legged Trevor and she has to make friends with a cat.
'Few children's writers succeed in combining irresistibly rude jokes, witty repartee, and a robust plot with a genuine and considered emotional core' Guardian
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Interest Age: From 7
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Penguin Books Ltd
3rd January 2008
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