Dig The Dog by Alison Maloney
  

Dig The Dog

Written by Alison Maloney

3+ readers   

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Another fantastic tale from Alison Maloney perfect for the 0-5-age bracket. Who will win the prize of the beefy bone, will it be Dig the Dog or Doug the Dog? Find out in this hilarious story involving a good old-fashioned back yard scrap between two old wily dogs. Be sure to also check out Kit The Cat.

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Dig The Dog by Alison Maloney

Dig the Dog and Doug the Dog are digging and digging. Both are battling for a beautiful beefy bone. Will Dig the Dog's dinner disappear or will Doug the Dog be defeated?

About the Author

Alison Maloney
Alison Maloney is a journalist and author from Kent. As well as a long stint on The Sunday Post newspaper, as a film and feature writer, she worked as a children's book editor for two years. To date, Alison has written several children's books including Tilly Turner: Champion Gurner, Dig the Dog and One Lucky Duck (all Meadowside Books), and the adult nostalgia title The Forties: Good Times are Just Around the Corner (Michael O'Mara). Alison is 39 and lives with her husband and two children.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Alison Maloney
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Publisher

Meadowside Children's Books

Publication date

25th May 2006

ISBN

9781845391645

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