Fergus Goes Quackers by Tony Maddox
  

Fergus Goes Quackers

Written by Tony Maddox
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Synopsis

Fergus Goes Quackers by Tony Maddox

Fergus is surprised one day to find five baby ducks following him. He barks at them and they take no notice. Next morning he finds the ducks saying woof woof like a dog. He quacks back at them, but to no avail and feels like he's going quackers!

About the Author

Tony Maddox was born in Birmingham. After beginning his working life as a graphic designer and illustrator, he realised a long held ambition when his first book, Spike the Sparrow who Couldn’t Sing was published in 1989. He has now had sixteen books published including nine books about Fergus the Farmyard Dog who has become a popular character worldwide.

Tony lives in Bromsgrove, Worcs. He is married with four grown-up children and eight grandchildren.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Tony Maddox
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st June 2012

ISBN

9781848122963


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