Puppy Trouble by Alexandra Day

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Pop-up fun from the creator of the Carl books

A Rottweiler puppy's ingenuity enables him to escape from his dog cage and get himself into loads of domestic mischief - with a little help from readers as they pull tabs and lift flaps. Whether he's trying to steal the cat's pillow or trailing toilet paper all over the house, dog lovers of all ages will applaud and laugh at his misbehavior until, at last, the puppy falls into the arms of his beloved owner.

About Alexandra Day

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Alexandra Day is the author and illustrator of the best-selling books about Carl the Rottweiler, including Carl's Christmas and Follow Carl! She lives in Seattle, Washington.
Published October 9, 2002 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR). 12 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Those looking for inspiration in filling these pages can turn to Day's new picture book Carl Makes a Scrapbook (FSG, $12.95, all ages -31129-3), in which the intrepid dog and baby Madeleine put together an album of family mementos while Mom's back is turned (don't miss the long-haired dachshunds ...

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Pull tabs and pup ups animate all-new offerings.

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