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Harper Collins, Jan 1, 2020 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Hooper and Cooper are ready, but where's Zoomer?

Zoomer is waaaaay too busy for school today. Although his dad begs him to get ready, how can Zoomer make time for school with such a full schedule? He has to blow the world's biggest bubble, build a brontosaurus out of sand, launch a rocket ship—and that's just the beginning!

Ned Young paints Zoomer's world with fun, detailed illustrations that showcase the silly side of everyday life. Kids and their parents will laugh out loud at the surprise ending that proves Zoomer knows best after all.


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User Review  - matthewbloome - LibraryThing

I've been sharing this story over and over again with six and seven year olds. They really appreciate it. The dog food castle was a special favorite, not to mention the crash landing of the rocket on ... Read full review

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User Review  - toribori19 - LibraryThing

Zoomer is a one of a kind puppy that is way to busy for school. As Dad is trying to take care of the three pups while Mom is gone, Zoomer is busy being a superhero, blowing the world's biggest bubble ... Read full review

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About the author (2020)

Ned Young is a self-taught painter and illustrator whose playful sense of humor is published on a variety of merchandise, including prints, calendars, puzzles, mugs, and greeting cards. This story about a very busy little dog is his picture-book debut.

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