Hudson and the Puppy by Jackie Clark Mancuso
Lost in Paris (A Paris-Chien Adventure)

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Hudson’s concern for the puppy is touching but never overdone. A glossary offers pronunciations and definitions for French words. Absolutely delightful, especially for dog lovers and Francophiles.
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Hudson, an American terrier who lives in Paris, is happily going about his day when he notices he’s being followed by a tiny dachshund puppy. Quickly grasping that the puppy is lost, Hudson helps the little dog find his way home by way of a whirlwind tour of Paris with stops at Hudson’s favorite haunts. When our compassionate hero realizes the puppy is homeless, Hudson is forced to dig deeper—how is he going to solve this problem?
 

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Published April 7, 2018 by La Librairie Parisienne. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.
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Hudson’s concern for the puppy is touching but never overdone. A glossary offers pronunciations and definitions for French words. Absolutely delightful, especially for dog lovers and Francophiles.

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