Rufferella by Vanessa Gill-Brown

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In this hip and expressive fairytale, a dog named Rufferella, whose owner would like to turn him into a female! Their outrageous adventures teach readers to appreciate others for who they are. Told with wit, warmth, and an unusually keen sense of fashion, this book is sure to get noticed and appreciated.

About Vanessa Gill-Brown

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Mandy Stanley has written and illustrated several picture books, and she has won awards for her soft toy designs. She lives in Suffolk, England.
Published October 1, 2000 by Trafalgar Square. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Diamante laments that the glitz of celebrity leaves "no time for playing soccer or rolling around on the carpet, like they used to," but an invitation to meet the queen changes all that: when sausages are served, Ruff's true identity is revealed in a romp down the royal dinner table, and Diamante...

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