Wanted The Perfect Pet by Fiona Roberton


Wanted The Perfect Pet by Fiona Roberton

Once upon a time, there lived a boy called Henry. What Henry wanted more than anything in the whole wide world...MORE than chips...MORE than a cowboy costume...MORE than an all-expenses-paid trip to the moon...was a DOG.


simple but humorous line drawings... a hoot Sunday Times

About the Author

Fiona Roberton was born in Oxford and studied art and design in London and New York. She has kept the wolf from the door for a number of years by working as a designer, but has since befriended the wolf, and has it to tea on Tuesdays. Sometimes, they go out. Porkchop & Mouse (published by Puffin in 2007) was inspired by her love of cakes, holidays, and her inability to share. Wanted: The Perfect Pet, was inspired by her love of dogs, ducks and disguises.

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32 pages


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Publication date

7th July 2011



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