The Great Dog Bottom Swap

(2 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Andersen Press

Review

Why do dogs sniff each other’s bottoms when they meet? Here is the answer to that question!

Dogs arrive for their Summer Ball and hang up their bottoms in neat rows in the cloakroom. They eat and drink and enjoy some doggy entertainment. Everyone is having a good time.

Then disaster strikes! A fire breaks out and all the dogs flee the building. In their haste they all grab the first bottom they can reach in the cloakroom but unfortunately, they each take the wrong one. Now, whenever they meet each other in the street they sniff each other to try to find their own bottom again.

A cheeky, rhyming picture book for curious dog lovers.

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