The Ugliest Dog in the World by Bruce Whatley
  

Synopsis

The Ugliest Dog in the World by Bruce Whatley

Everyone thinks the Ugliest Dog in the World is 'ugly', but in different ways. Mum thinks she's ugly in a cute sort of way, the lady next door thinks she's pretty, but you haven't seen the lady next door. My best friend even screams when she sees her...But I think she's beautiful, in a sloppy kind of way! Ages 3+ Everyone thinks the Ugliest Dog in the World is 'ugly', but in different ways. Mum thinks she's ugly in a cute sort of way, the lady next door thinks she's pretty, but you haven't seen the lady next door. My best friend even screams when she sees her...But I think she's beautiful, in a sloppy kind of way! *Notable, Children's Book Council of the Year Awards, 1993 Ages 3+

About the Author

Bruce Whatley is one of Australia's most highly regarded and talented authors and illustrators for children, both here and internationally. Since 1992 Bruce has written and/or illustrated over 70 picture books. In 2002 he paired with author Jackie French and illustrated Diary of a Wombat, which was the start of an extraordinary creative collaboration. www.brucewhatley.com

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Bruce Whatley
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Publisher

HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd

Publication date

5th November 1992

ISBN

9780207174278


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