Hour of the Doomed Dog by Sam Hay
  

Synopsis

Hour of the Doomed Dog by Sam Hay

Joe is just an ordinary boy until he makes a wish on a spooky Egyptian amulet...Now he's the Protector of Undead Pets! This is the eighth book in the spooky but sweet series, and it tells the story of Frankfurter, a sausage dog who needs Joe's help before he can pass over. Moments before his encounter with a revolving door, Frankie overheard two men plotting to burgle the hotel that is run by his owner. Frankie needs Joe's help to stop the robbery and bring the criminals to justice. The books in the Undead Pets series are full of animal zombies and pets with one last thing to do before they pass to the other side!

About the Author

Sam Hay

Sam hay grew up in Scotland. A former journalist, she has written several children's books including Billy Angel and Bumble the Brave Kitten. She lives with her husband, two children and several pets in a small house with a big garden. Simon Cooper has illustrated many children's books, including the award-winning Ghost of Uncle Arvie. As well as drawing, he enjoys loud music and zombie films.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages
Interest Age: From 8 To 10

Author

Sam Hay
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Author's Website

samhayauthor.com/

Publisher

Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group
www.littletiger.co.uk/impri...

Publication date

7th April 2014

ISBN

9781847154323


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