Dog Biscuit by Helen Cooper
  

Dog Biscuit

Written by Helen Cooper

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A sumptuously illustrated and heart-warming adventure about a little girl who turns into a dog - or does she? Find out in this wonderful new adventure from award winning author/illustrator, Helen Cooper.

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Dog Biscuit by Helen Cooper

Bridget is very hungry. But because Mum is so busy looking after Bridget's little brother, she hasn't even noticed! So Bridget steals a biscuit from the shed. The only problem with these biscuits is that they are not meant for human beings, they're meant for dogs! But the biscuit tasted good ...and before long Bridget is convinced she is turning into a dog. What would you do if you were a dog for a day?

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'I can't imagine ever being disappointed by a Helen Cooper picture book. She is the quintessential children's illustrator, producing a consistently high quality artwork which never lacks child-friendliness.' Carousel Magazine

About the Author

Helen Cooper

Helen Cooper’s childhood was spent in Cumbria, but she now lives in Oxford with her husband, Ted Dewan and young daughter. As well as being a highly talented artist, Helen is also a keen musician who studied music at college and worked as a music teacher before writing and illustrating full time.

She has illustrated over fourteen books and her work has been translated into fifteen languages. Helen is the first ever author/illustrator to have won the Kate Greenaway Medal with two consecutive books.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Helen Cooper
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Publisher

Picture Corgi an imprint of Random House Children's Books

Publication date

1st October 2009

ISBN

9780552553285

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