One Hundred Sausages by Yuval Zommer

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A lighthearted frolic with lively illustrations—Scruff peeing on the tree that holds his “Wanted” sign is bound to be a reader favorite.
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A heartwarming, hilarious follow-up to One Hundred Bones!

Scruff just can't resist sausages; salami, pepperoni, chorizo . . . he simply loves them all. But gate-crashing barbecues and hanging around outside the local butcher's shop is not making him the most popular dog in town. Then one day, disaster strikes! There's a break-in at the butcher’s, and all the sausages are stolen! Neither the policeman, nor the mayor, nor the butcher can trace the sausage thief. There's only one thing to do—Scruff will have to sniff him out! After a lot of twists and turns, Scruff's sniffing talents and bravery save the day, and he and his friends are rewarded with a meal at a fancy restaurant. What's on the menu? SAUSAGES!
 

About Yuval Zommer

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Yuval Zommer’s debut picture book, The Big Blue Thing on the Hill, was nominated for the 2015 Heart of Hawick Children’s Book Award in the best new picture book category, as well as for the 2015 Read It Again! Cambridgeshire Children’s Book Award for best debut by an author-illustrator. He lives in England.
 
Published October 6, 2016 by Templar Publishing. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.
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on Feb 14 2017

A lighthearted frolic with lively illustrations—Scruff peeing on the tree that holds his “Wanted” sign is bound to be a reader favorite.

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