Bow-wow Bugs A Bug by Mark Newgarden
  

Bow-wow Bugs A Bug

Written by Mark Newgarden

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A charming and funny wordless picture book that gives great opportunities for story telling. A little dog sets out on an unexpected adventure when he follows a little dot. What is that dot? Dogs and bugs multiply as the witty story unfolds.

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Bow-wow Bugs A Bug by Mark Newgarden

As day breaks, Bow-Wow wakes to find a teasing speck of a bug hovering around his bed. With doggy determination, he follows it out of the house and through the streets of suburbia, where he comes face to face with his own mirror image, meets giant versions of himself and the bug, and comes across a pack of dogs pursuing bugs.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Mark Newgarden
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

5th May 2008

ISBN

9781406315233

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