AROUND THE WORLD AND BUCK AGAIN (Ages 2-7)

Meet Buck, champion dog trialist returning home from a successful world tour. Stuck in quarantine with British bulldog Horatio, French poodle Fifi and the mysterious Dolores Del Mar from Mexico they swap stories of grand English manors, stylish Parisian quarters and Buck’s love of the kiwi farm.

But Dolores has a secret New Zealand Customs mustn’t find out. Will the overbearing Horatio spoil her plans? Will Fifi stop reminiscing about French cuisine long enough to notice? Buck smells a rat! But will he act on it?

Joyful and witty, this comic canine caper with oodles of international intrigue from one of our best-selling authors, Jenny Pattrick.

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