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Ever mistaken a bear for a dog? Silly Doggy! by Adam Stower. Book Review.

Ever mistaken a bear for a dog?

silly doggy

Come on, it’s an easy mistake to make.

Silly Doggy! by Adam Stower is a very funny book that always makes my grandchildren laugh.

The story goes:

Lily, sees something in her garden.

It was big, brown and hairy. It had four legs, a tail and a big, wet nose, and Lily had ALWAYS wanted one…

Silly Doggy

Oops! My grandchildren love pointing out she’s got it wrong.

Lily does all the usual ‘doggy’ things with her new pet. She takes it for a walk, tries to teach it tricks and gives it a bath. But Lily’s parents put notices up around the neighbourhood and find the bear/dog’s owner. (Yes, really)

Silly Doggy

Lily is upset but the great twist at the end of the story is when she looks out in the garden and see’s…

Silly Doggy

Yep, she’s got it wrong again. Cue hilarious laughter from grandchildren.

British Books Challenge 2017Adam Stower is an award winning UK Author/Illustrator who has published books with such awesome titles as The Diary Of A Monster CatcherSlam!: A Tale of Consequences and Grumbug!

Silly Doggy! was my March book for the British Books Challenge 2017. It’s a fun book about mistaken identity and I will be looking out for more by Adam Stower.

Suzie xx

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British Books Challenge 2017
British Books Challenge 2017

I usually avoid setting New Years goals and resolutions. It naffs me off when I don’t reach them. However, one of the challenges is the British Books Challenge 2017. Reading British Books is definitely high on my agenda and you only have to commit to reading and reviewing just one book per month, so … deep breath … I’m jumping in.

The British Books Challenge 2017.

This years challenge is hosted by Chelle over on Tales of Yesterday. There are even some bookish monthly prize packs and a £25 voucher for Foyles, if you need an extra incentive.

Here are the rules regarding qualifying books and authors.

  • Authors who were born in the UK, live in the UK and are published in the UK
  • Authors who were born overseas but are CURRENTLY living in the UK and his/her books were/are being published in the UK first
  • Authors who were born in the UK are currently living overseas but his/her books are being published in the UK first

Sounds easy enough.

Every month I’ll post a link to the book review on this page so you can keep an eye on my progress.

January’s book for the British Books Challenge 2017

The Mystery of the Clockwork sparrowJanuary’s book will be The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow by Katherine Woodfine, a Lancashire Lass born in Preston, so she definitely counts 🙂

I picked this up from the library last month but Christmas got too hectic for me to start it. You can read my review here.

February’s book for the British Books Challenge 2017

it was bedtime in the jungle

There is a new favourite book in our household. It was Bedtime in the Jungle by the super talented author/illustrator John Butler. Find my review here.

March’s book for the British Books Challenge 2017

silly doggy

A hilarious book about mistaken identity by Adam Stower. Check out my review.

April’s book for the British Books Challenge 2017

Mystery of the Disappearing Underpants

A fun debut novel from Nikki Young. Find my full review here.

May’s book for the British Books Challenge 2017

pilot jane and the runaway plane

A rhyming story about Pilot Jane, a fun and fearless airline captain. My review is here.

June’s book for the British Books Challenge 2017

Billy has a Birthday

Billy has a Birthday is a book about bullying by James Minter. Check out my review here.

If you’re joining in the challenge, leave a comment below and I’ll check out the books you’re reading.

Happy 2017. Let the challenge begin.

Suzie xx 


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