Silly Doggy by Adam Stower


Silly Doggy by Adam Stower

When Lily looks out of her bedroom window, she gets the best surprise ever - a doggy! But this is no ordinary doggy, this is an enormous bear escaped from the local zoo. Lily is delighted with her new 'canine' friend and she and Doggy have a fantastic day - told through a 'lost doggy' poster Lily has made. Unfortunately the zookeeper recognises his lost bear from the poster and comes to reclaim him. Luckily for pet lover Lily, the next day brings another fantastic surprise at the bottom of her garden!


Adam has been longlisted for the Greenaway Award, 2012.

About the Author

Adam Stower has illustrated many books for children, including Bottoms Up!, winner of the Red House Picture Book Award. His own books include Slam!and Silly Doggy! and Naughty Kitty!, both of which were longlisted for the Kate Greenaway.

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40 pages


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Publication date

1st July 2012



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