Battersea Dogs & Cats
Home Collection 10 Books Set Pack Brand New RRP: £49.9
Titles In This Set
Coco, Lily's little
chocolate Labrador from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, has just one
thing on his mind - food! He may be slow and dozy when trying to
catch a rabbit in the park or learning new tricks, but if there's a
sniff of a feed then he turns into one quick, clever dog . . .
Anna's missing her
friend, Sophie, who's moved away . . . but when Mum suggests getting
a new doggy companion from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Anna knows
she won't be lonely for long! Alfie, the adorable border terrier
puppy, is Anna's perfect match - he's a quiet pup who can't bark,
but he makes up for it by having a very waggy tail!
When Hannah starts
at a new school, all the other girls are in firm friendship groups
and she feels left-out and lonely. Mum and Dad know that a puppy
would make a perfect pal for Hannah, so they take her to Battersea
Dogs & Cats Home where she meets Huey the husky
Cara is very sad
when she breaks her leg and can't join her best friends on their
summer holiday. To cheer her up, Mum takes her to Battersea Dogs &
Cats Home, where they meet Stella, the gorgeous and gentle
Staffordshire bull terrier puppy.
Emily and her mum
have decided to go to Battersea Dogs Home to find the perfect
present for her granny, whose own dog has recently passed away.
Emily immediately knows that Bailey, the shy but loving dalmation
puppy, would be a great companion - and since Emily lives next door
to her granny, she'd have lots of opportunities to play with him
Daisy the cute
border collie puppy was distraught when her owners developed
allergies to dogs and were forced to bring her into Battersea Dogs
Home. But luckily for her, Sophie spots an advert for the Home on
television and persuades her mum and dad that their elderly black
labrador, Morris, would love a new friend to play with.
Olivia is delighted
when her parents take her to Battersea Dogs Home to choose a puppy -
and when she is introduced to Max the golden labrador retriever she
falls head over heels in love with him. Max is incredibly cute, with
his big brown eyes and big paws - but when the family bring him home
they soon realize that he is also incredibly clumsy.
promised that she could have a puppy when her new brother is born -
and Holly can't decide which is more exciting: baby Adam or Rusty
the terrier arriving in her home. Rusty takes to his new life like a
duck to water. The family decide to go on holiday to the Isle of
Wight, and Rusty is coming too.
Ruth is very sad
when her big brother Ben goes away to university. He always made
time to build assault courses in the back garden and do other
outdoor activities with Ruth, who is a real tomboy and has no
interest in girlie games like playing with dolls.
Jessica is over the
moon when her parents take her to Battersea Dogs Home to choose a
new puppy - the moment she sets eyes on Chester the russet-brown
lurcher she just knows he's the perfect pet for her. Chester loves
exploring his new home and making friends with the local dogs.