The Lost Puppy (dotty Detective, Book 4) by Clara VulliamyThe Lost Puppy (dotty Detective, Book 4) by Clara Vulliamy

The Lost Puppy (dotty Detective, Book 4)

byClara Vulliamy

Paperback | September 12, 2017

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Dot, her best friend Beans and her dog McClusky all love sniffing out a good mystery and together they will solve the case and save the day . . .It's the last week of school term and the children are looking forward to the School summer fair. Dotty and best pal Beans will be looking after pet's corner, starring McClusky and his two canine pals: Geoffrey and the little sausage dog puppy, Chipolata. But just days before the fair disaster strikes - Chipolata has gone missing.Dotty and Beans get on the case. Can they solve the mystery of the missing puppy?
Clara Vulliamy was born in London, the daughter of author and illustrator ShirleyHughes and her husband, John Vulliamy. She studied at Chelsea School of Art, The Ruskin and the Royal Academy.Clara started concentrating on writing and illustrating children's books when she had children of her own and has now written and illustrated many...
Title:The Lost Puppy (dotty Detective, Book 4)Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pagesPublished:September 12, 2017Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0008248370

ISBN - 13:9780008248376


Editorial Reviews

Praise for Dotty Detective - The Lost Puppy"These would be great for children who are starting to gain more independence in their reading as the text is really clear and simple" ReadingZone"I've enjoyed Dotty's latest mystery, The Lost Puppy, just as much as her earlier adventures" ReadingZonePraise for previous Dotty titles:'It's funny, it's mysterious and you will be puzzled for a long time.' - Aarav Mehta, age 7'This book was amazing and I really enjoyed it.' - Cassandra Butler, age 6'I liked how Dot solved the mystery.' - Ruby Laverty, age 6