Swollobog by Alastair Taylor

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Swollobog will eat anything: toast, carrots, lemons, cheese (especially cheese), snails, handles, toothpaste, and even mud. She is not particular, and she'll go to extreme lengths for even the smallest morsel. She is so ravenous that when she eats, she often forgets to chew and breathe and occasionally consumes the dish. You might think that's as greedy as a small dog can get. You'd be wrong. In fact, Swollobog's insatiable appetite eventually gets her in a terrible fix -- far from family and food.

About Alastair Taylor

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Alastair Taylor and his wife live in a green house in England with two pretty niffy dogs, whom they attempt, for obvious reasons, to keep dry at all times. This is Alastair's second book for children.
Published March 26, 2001 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Swollobog, a portly brown dachshund, owes her name to a child's backward "d" and a misspelling of "swallow."

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