Daisy and Robina are desperate for a dog. They've tried everything - even magic - so when a dog appears, they are delighted. It resembles a cross between a poodle and an afghan hound and the girls love the "afoodle" on sight. But Dad is less convinced and they must persuade him to let the dog stay.
Daisy and Robina are desperate for a dog. They've tried everything and in desperation they sneak a book about magic out of their older sister's room and try to cast a spell. Later that day, to their great amazement and delight, a dog appears in their house. The curious-looking mutt resembles a cross between a poodle and an afghan hound and the girls love their 'afoodle' on sight. Dad, however, has a more prosaic explanation for the dog's appearance, and what it's doing in their house. But all the girls want to know is, can he stay? A sweet and funny story with delightful illustrations.
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Helen Dunwoodie Helen Dunwoodie is an original and exciting voice in children's fiction. Her books show her intimate understanding of girls, family life and the city of Edinburgh. Author lives: Edinburgh
Dogspell by Helen Dunwoodie
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Random House Children's Publishers UK
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