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The Great Dog Bottom Swap

Written by Peter Bently & illustrated by Mei Matsuoka
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Sit back and enjoy this rollicking canine caper. It’s barking mad! The dogs are having a ball today. Roll up for the canine cabaret! The day has arrived for the Dogs’ Summer Ball — a high-class canine caper. So high-class in fact, that each dog must remove their bottom before they are allowed inside the hall. But in the middle of all the frivolity something unexpected happens and the dogs have to make a hasty exit . . . with or without the correct bottom!

What Kind of Book is The Great Dog Bottom Swap

Themes:
dogs
dance
silly
Categories:
fiction

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Three little boys who love books about dragons, whangdoodles and magic.
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This story has really great rhymes and very nice illustrations. The story is a silly one that will keep the little ones laughing (if they like potty humor about bums!). It does mention dogs mating and sniffing the other dogs’ bums.

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Who Wrote The Great Dog Bottom Swap

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Peter Bently

My dad was an army bandmaster and director of music. Having a dad in the army meant that we moved around a fair bit when I was a child, so I lived in Germany, Singapore and Hong Kong as well as places in England, including in Devon where I live now. I recently worked out that I went to ten different schools, or eleven if you count going to the same school twice (that was in Hong Kong). Imagine having that ‘first day at school’ feeling eleven times! But often there were other children whose parents were in the services too and who had also changed schools a lot, so I didn’t feel too weird.

I have always enjoyed words but it took me quite a while to discover that I wanted to be a children’s writer. After university I worked for a short time as a journalist and then for a much longer time editing and sometimes writing books for grown ups. But I always liked writing funny stories and verses. When I was best man at my brother John’s wedding I even wrote my best man’s speech in rhyme.

A few years later, my wife read that speech and said I should do more of that kind of thing. After we had our first child, Theo, and then (in 2001) moved from London to Devon, I started taking children’s writing seriously. I joined a creative writing group and in 2004 took a course run by the excellent Arvon Foundation. In 2005 I sent the text of A Lark in the Ark to fourteen publishers. Twelve of them said no thanks, but Egmont accepted it. I still have a copy of their cheque on my wall. (Bio via peterbently.com)

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Book Details

ISBN:
9781783447619
Publication Date:
August 1, 2019

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