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Henry the Great Dane is invisible. Invisible, that is, to everyone except Janie. He’s her make-believe dog, and she loves him. Yet she dreams of having a real dog one day. But there’s one other person who can see Henry: old Mrs Garrow, who lives in the end cottage. She has a cackling laugh and a black cat. And she might be able to make Janie’s wish come true…
- A heartwarming story about a child who yearns for a pet
- Told with Dick King-Smith’s trademark heart and humour
- Short yet satisfying fiction – ideal for building fluency
- By the classic author of The Sheep-Pig and The Hodgeheg
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