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Product Description

A book with such beautiful artwork it not only won the Kate Greenaway Medal, but was voted the best winner of the past 50 years. The adorable tale of how stuffed toy Dogger was lost and finally found again. Dogger is Dave’s beloved fluffy toy. Dave takes him everywhere. So when Dogger gets lost, Dave is heartbroken. Where can he be? Find out in this childhood favourite. We dare you not to shed a tear…

  • A timeless classic with a truly touching happy ending
  • Winner of the 2007 Greenaway of Greenaways Award
  • Voted the best illustrated book of the past 50 years
  • Every little one will relate to this reassuring tale

Product Details

Catalogue number

5090 in Rewards Catalogue 2017/18 and 53 in ISBC EU September Primary 2017

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781862308053

Publisher

Red Fox

Date published

February 5th, 2009

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

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Author/Illustrator

Shirley Hughes

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Shirley was born in West Kirby, near Liverpool, and studied fashion and dress design at Liverpool Art School, before continuing her studies at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art in Oxford. She then embarked on a career as a freelance illustrator in London, where she still lives today. She illustrated other writers’ work, including Noel Streatfeild, Alison Uttley, Ian Seraillier, Margaret Mahy and notably Dorothy Edwards’s My Naughty Little Sister series.

Shirley began to write and draw her own picture books when her children were young. Her first book, Lucy and Tom’s Day, was published in 1960, and she followed it with, among others, Dogger and the Alfie series.

Shirley Hughes has won the Other Award, the Eleanor Farjeon Award, and the Kate Greenaway Medal for Illustration twice, for Dogger in 1977 and for Ella’s Big Chance in 2003. In 2007 Dogger was voted the public’s favourite Greenaway winner of all time. Shirley received an OBE in 1999 for services to Children’s Literature.

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  1. Bellasara 113282

    gp15
    on 18 May 2016

    this book is sooo good! I luv that he likes his dog so much. I’v read it 100 times!

    5out of 5
  2. Pearl 113298

    Partyfairy123
    on 4 March 2012

    I like it when the girl buys dogger and she says no! But the sister asks if she will swap for the teddy. It is happy in the end.

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    dashernasher
    on 3 March 2012

    by far my favorite absolutely brillent

  4. Giraffe zebra 113509

    rad12
    on 28 October 2011

    I love to read this story because it has u sad bit but make you happy when he find then also my best part us whenthey went to the fair .

    4out of 5