Ian Whybrow - Sniff The Wonderdog - Hachette Children's Group

Sniff The Wonderdog

By Ian Whybrow
Illustrated by Tony Ross

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  • £4.99

Sniff, the world`s funniest dog - from the bestselling author/illustrator combination of Ian Whybrow and Tony Ross.

Sniff: the dog whose hobbies are biting bees and chasing motorbikes!

Ben's parents are hoping for a relaxing family holiday. With Sniff around? No chance!

But, brainless though he is, Sniff still manages to save the day!

Biographical Notes

Ian Whybrow has lived in Kent, various places in London and as far afield as Hong Kong and New York. The most important thing to him in his writing is that if reads aloud brilliantly and that there is something in it for everyone.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9780340932148
  • Publication date: 02 Aug 2007
  • Page count: 288
  • Imprint: Hodder Children's Books
I laughed out loud, not once, but lots of times ... A major talent has arrived. — TES
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