The Witch's Dog and the Box of Tricks by Frank Rodgers
  

The Witch's Dog and the Box of Tricks

Written by Frank Rodgers
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Synopsis

The Witch's Dog and the Box of Tricks by Frank Rodgers

Wilf the Witch's dog is having a difficult day. It's Weenie's birthday and everything is going wrong. A box of tricks has gone missing at Weenie's school concert and it looks like Sly Cat and Tricky Toad have been up to some nasty tricks of their own.But with a little bit of magic and some help from his friends, Wilf gives Weenie the best birthday suprise ever...

About the Author

Frank Rodgers has written and illustrated a wide range of books for children - picture books, story books, non-fiction and novels. His children's stories have been broadcast on radio and TV and he has created a sitcom series for CBBC based on his book THE INTERGALACTIC KITCHEN. His recent work for Puffin includes the EYETOOTH books and the bestselling WITCH'S DOG and ROBODOG titles. He was an art teacher before becoming an author and illustrator and lives in Glasgow with his wife. He has two grown-up children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Frank Rodgers
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

1st September 2005

ISBN

9780141318134


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