The Dog that Ate The World


Extreame Savings Item! Save 42% on the The Dog that Ate The World by Flying Eye Books at Cmc Schools. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Discover the importance of friendship and community in this stunning picture book by the creator of Leaf. Down in the valley, all the animals live in peace among their own kind, happy but not quite united until the day the enormous dog appeared. The animals run as fast as they can, but the big dog is so terrible and so greedy that he swallows them all one by one! With their whole world in darkness, they have no choice but to band together to rebuild their lives, and in the process they discover


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Discover the importance of friendship and community in this stunning picture book by the creator of Leaf. Down in the valley, all the animals live in peace among their own kind, happy but not quite united until the day the enormous dog appeared. The animals run as fast as they can, but the big dog is so terrible and so greedy that he swallows them all one by one! With their whole world in darkness, they have no choice but to band together to rebuild their lives, and in the process they discover value in each other. The Dog That Ate the World is the second picture book by Sandra Dieckmann, whose debut Leaf, was a Kirkus Reviews Best Picture Book of 2017.

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Manufacturer:
Flying Eye Books
Category:
Foxes & Wolves
Release Date:
2018-08-21
EAN:
9781911171607
ISBN:
1911171607
Author:
Sandra Dieckmann
Publisher:
Flying Eye Books
Publication Date:
2018-08-21
Binding:
Hardcover
Item Size:
0.38 x 11 x 9.38 inches
Package Weight:
0.75 pounds
Package Size:
9.13 x 0.39 x 10.71 inches

 


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