Bow-Wow Bugs a Bug

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 56 pages
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Bow-Wow may look like your average terrier. The streets he walks may seem familiar. But just around the corner, things get a little unusual.

With nary a word, Mark Newgarden and Megan Montague Cash have created a story about a bold new doggy who goes where no doggy has gone before. With a spring in his step and his tail only occasionally between his legs, Bow-Wow faces down every foe--well,almost every foe--in his path.
Step aside, mutts. There's a new dog in town.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

ok, wow... Didn't see that coming! ? Just like the first Bow-Wow book that I read, this gets awfully creepy/scary before the comforting ending.... ? Wordless work of art for all ages. ? I will try to get more Bow-Wow books. Read full review

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User Review  - lcisabell - LibraryThing

Great for Pre-K to 1st grade for independent use. With younger children can use to show different facial expressions as well as shape recognition. Can be used for upper level grades for creating there ... Read full review

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MARK NEWGARDEN is a cartoonist, author, screenwriter and the creator of many novelties for children, including the tremendously popular Garbage Pail Kids. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.   MEGAN MONTAGUE CASH has illustrated, designed, and written for the Children's Museum of Manhattan,Nick Jr. FamilyMagazine, Scholastic Books, Viking Juvenile, eeBoo toys, and other enterprises. She is also the author and illustrator ofI Saw The Sea and the Sea Saw Me. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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