Rover Saves Christmas by Roddy Doyle

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Born in Dublin, Ireland in 1958, Roddy Doyle has become one of the most renown and celebrated Irish authors of the late twentieth century. Doyl received his Bachelor of Arts from St. Finian’s Christian Brothers School in Sutton and went on to University College, Dublin. Upon the completion of his education, Roddy Doyle worked as a Geography and English teacher in Kilbarrack, North Dublin. Roddy Doyle’s adult novel, Paddy Clark Ha Ha Ha, a story about a ten-year old boy living Ireland, won Doyle the Booker Prize, the United Kingdom’s greatest literary honor. Roddy Doyle lives in Ireland with his wife, Belinda and their two children.
Published January 1, 2001 by Scholastic. 160 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Combine one talking dog, Santa Claus, his reindeer Rudolph, who has the flu, lizards that change their names to fit a climate, four children, and a variety of talking objects and appliances;

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The cast of The Giggler Treatment makes a return engagement for the holidays in this invitingly loopy escapade.

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They get help from their dog Rover, best friend Victoria and 27 cheese sandwiches!

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