Item description for The Lying Postman (Jack Russell: Dog Detective) (Jack Russell: Dog Detective) by Darrel Odgers & Sally Odgers...
There's a new postman in Doggeroo?and he doesn?t know the rules of the Postman Game. Not only does he accuse Foxie of biting him, but he also calls Jack a mongrel And when Fat Molly Cat from the Library comes to stay with Aunty Tidge, things don?t get any better. What did Jack find caught on the fence? Will it help him solve the case of ? THE LYING POSTMAN?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.75" Width: 5.25" Height: 0.25" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2007
Publisher Kane/Miller Book Pub
ISBN 1933605316 ISBN13 9781933605319
Availability 0 units.
More About Darrel Odgers & Sally Odgers
Darrel and Sally Odgers were both born in Tasmania in 1957, and have been married since 1979. They have two grown up children, James and Tegan. Their first book together was published in the 1990s. The Jack Russell series is their most successful collaboration so far, and they thank their inspiration, Ace, for that: " She was lively, opinionated, busy, and always curious. She loved swimming, and playing ball games of her own invention. We were out walking one day and Ace, as usual, was sticking her nose into everything. "She's a real detective,"said Darrel. We spent the rest of the walk planning the adventures of a dog detective! When we wrote up the proposal for the series, we had Ace sign it with a paw print, for luck. It must have worked, because the Jack Russell: Dog Detective series has grown to eight books, with more to come."
Reviews - What do customers think about The Lying Postman (Jack Russell: Dog Detective) (Jack Russell: Dog Detective)?
It's a Jack Russell, you just can't ask for more! Sep 24, 2007
Just adorable! Written in first dog (instead of first person), the series of Jack Russell: Dog Detective books are clever and endearing. And if you ever met a Jack Russell, you can almost believe that what Jack is thinking is just what the average Jack Russell is thinking.