When a girl loses the class pet (and her homework), her excuses become increasingly silly and far-fetched, and her efforts to find the ferret are giggle-inducing. Fans of Guinea Dog will love this hilarious Jennings story.
Give a hungry hound a Coin! This adorable puppy is happy to save your coins in his Savings Box. Place a coin onto the tray and watch as it munches away at it happily. He collects the coins you give him and stores them in his savings box. What a fun and safe way to save!
Cute dog coin bank
This robotic dog will gladly eat up your spare change and save money for you!
Realistic Movements and accepts virtually most coins!
A fun and safe way to save money!
Makes saving fun, a perfect gift for kids and children.
Powered by: 2*AA batteries (Not included).
Package Weight 510g
Package 1 x Doggy bank
Engaging and entertaining reference guide about dogs - perfect for younger readers. From identifying dog breeds and looking after your canine to their wild origins and their role as house pets, Eyewitness Dog explains everything your child needs to know about dogs whether they love animals or need homework help for a school project. Packed with all the essential information from the previous edition Eyewitness Dog is now more interactive and colourful than ever with new infographics, statistics, facts and timelines making the book more engaging and educational for your child.Poster size 795 x 560 mm.
This is the story of a girl called Bridget. Bridget is very hungry. But because Mum is so busy looking after Bridget's little brother, she hasn't even noticed! So Bridget steals a biscuit from the shed. The only problem with these biscuits is that they are not meant for human beings, they're meant for dogs! But the biscuit tasted good . . . Bridget feels much better until Mrs Blair tells her that eating dog biscuits turns humans into dogs! When Mrs Blair's dog winks at her, Bridget becomes even more worried, and when the Butcher calls her a 'good little pup' she is convinced that Mrs Blair is right - she is turning into a dog . . . Is it really happening, or is it all Bridget's imagination? Find out in this wonderful new adventure from award-winning author-illustrator, Helen Cooper.
When Rufus and his friends go camping along with Fido, his guinea pig who thinks she's a dog, and her offspring who thinks she's a squirrel, you know that laughs will follow. At the campgrounds, they meet Pedro, a timid and shy kid who is terrified of everything, especially the water, but is being forced to learn how to swim. The poor boy is so miserable, a trip to a nearby pet ship is in order, and what does he get but a guinea pig. A guinea pig who floats on his back while eating--a guinea otter!