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This book includes two complete stories' "Home Alone” and “The Tale of the Little Lost Puppy” Both have been converted to standard USA English spelling to avoid confusion for young readers About Home Alone. When Boss and Wife plan a weekend away, they ask Britney, a work colleague of Wife to dog-sit Morgie and Peej. Britney has a close friend, Robbo, who is always in her com This book includes two complete stories' "Home Alone” and “The Tale of the Little Lost Puppy” Both have been converted to standard USA English spelling to avoid confusion for young readers About Home Alone. When Boss and Wife plan a weekend away, they ask Britney, a work colleague of Wife to dog-sit Morgie and Peej. Britney has a close friend, Robbo, who is always in her company driving her around in his shiny sports car. What she doesn't know is that Robbo is wanted by the police for dozens of burglaries of valuables from homes in the area. Before Boss and Wife leave on their short holiday, they invite Britney over for dinner and this is when Morgie and Peej first encounter Robbo and his stinky feet. They dislike him and of course instinctively sense he is up to no good. The night when Britney is on her way to dog-sit, she gets diverted by an offer too good to refuse and Morgie and Peej are thus home alone, fending for themselves. What follows is a hilarious sequence of events. The dogs work out how to open cans of food, to feed themselves and later how to alert Boss to their plight as Robbo attempts to break in. About "The Tale of the Little Lost Puppy" Morgie and Peej, the amazing two dogs who think and act like humans, are the best of friends and live with Boss and Wife, their two loving owners. They are back again with an exciting new adventure set in the scenic Blue Mountains. Morgie has recently purchased a digital camera so he and Peej decide to go hiking in the Blue Mountains and photograph their journey. On the way to the Blue Mountains they stop at a circus to photograph the animals in their cages and there they meet Malcolm, the Mischievous Monkey. Malcolm, who begins nearly every sentence with the phrase "Ohhhhh My Word!" falls in love with Morgie's shiny new camera. Because the circus will be moving close to where Morgie and Peej will be hiking, he plans to keep a close eye on them. Their hiking trip becomes an exciting adventure when Bella, a young puppy who has become lost, stumbles across their camp in the middle of the night. They offer to help her find her way back home. On their journey they encounter a whole host of memorable Australian animals and enlist their help. Then when they are setting up camp in a beautifully painted ancient cave, the rascally Malcolm reappears, having followed them all day. He is ready to execute his mischievous plan to steal the camera. Will they still be able to help Bella? All will be revealed...... Besides the lovely story, readers said they really had great fun spotting the naughty but lovable Malcolm in some of the scenes as he keeps an eye on Morgie's camera. These are both happy humorous stories that have tested well on 4 to 12 year old children. The social messages conveyed in these two book are valuable life lessons for kids of all ages. The author, Jane Meadows has created some memorable characters that children will love. Illustrator Mallory Anderson has once more demonstrated her great talents with over 80 of her beautiful and whimsical full color illustrations. Don't forget to download the free sample. We hope you enjoy these two books and that you will review them after reading them.


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This book includes two complete stories' "Home Alone” and “The Tale of the Little Lost Puppy” Both have been converted to standard USA English spelling to avoid confusion for young readers About Home Alone. When Boss and Wife plan a weekend away, they ask Britney, a work colleague of Wife to dog-sit Morgie and Peej. Britney has a close friend, Robbo, who is always in her com This book includes two complete stories' "Home Alone” and “The Tale of the Little Lost Puppy” Both have been converted to standard USA English spelling to avoid confusion for young readers About Home Alone. When Boss and Wife plan a weekend away, they ask Britney, a work colleague of Wife to dog-sit Morgie and Peej. Britney has a close friend, Robbo, who is always in her company driving her around in his shiny sports car. What she doesn't know is that Robbo is wanted by the police for dozens of burglaries of valuables from homes in the area. Before Boss and Wife leave on their short holiday, they invite Britney over for dinner and this is when Morgie and Peej first encounter Robbo and his stinky feet. They dislike him and of course instinctively sense he is up to no good. The night when Britney is on her way to dog-sit, she gets diverted by an offer too good to refuse and Morgie and Peej are thus home alone, fending for themselves. What follows is a hilarious sequence of events. The dogs work out how to open cans of food, to feed themselves and later how to alert Boss to their plight as Robbo attempts to break in. About "The Tale of the Little Lost Puppy" Morgie and Peej, the amazing two dogs who think and act like humans, are the best of friends and live with Boss and Wife, their two loving owners. They are back again with an exciting new adventure set in the scenic Blue Mountains. Morgie has recently purchased a digital camera so he and Peej decide to go hiking in the Blue Mountains and photograph their journey. On the way to the Blue Mountains they stop at a circus to photograph the animals in their cages and there they meet Malcolm, the Mischievous Monkey. Malcolm, who begins nearly every sentence with the phrase "Ohhhhh My Word!" falls in love with Morgie's shiny new camera. Because the circus will be moving close to where Morgie and Peej will be hiking, he plans to keep a close eye on them. Their hiking trip becomes an exciting adventure when Bella, a young puppy who has become lost, stumbles across their camp in the middle of the night. They offer to help her find her way back home. On their journey they encounter a whole host of memorable Australian animals and enlist their help. Then when they are setting up camp in a beautifully painted ancient cave, the rascally Malcolm reappears, having followed them all day. He is ready to execute his mischievous plan to steal the camera. Will they still be able to help Bella? All will be revealed...... Besides the lovely story, readers said they really had great fun spotting the naughty but lovable Malcolm in some of the scenes as he keeps an eye on Morgie's camera. These are both happy humorous stories that have tested well on 4 to 12 year old children. The social messages conveyed in these two book are valuable life lessons for kids of all ages. The author, Jane Meadows has created some memorable characters that children will love. Illustrator Mallory Anderson has once more demonstrated her great talents with over 80 of her beautiful and whimsical full color illustrations. Don't forget to download the free sample. We hope you enjoy these two books and that you will review them after reading them.

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