A Rulebreakers' Club Adventure - The Dog Who Wanted More
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    A Rulebreakers' Club Adventure - The Dog Who Wanted More  (English, Paperback, Sowmya Rajendran)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Penguin Random House India
    • Genre: Children
    • ISBN: 9780143427926, 014342792X
    • Edition: 2017
    • Pages: 112
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    Three boys, two girls and one dog-no, you haven't heard this before!
    The Rulebreakers' Club is a gang of five without a dog. And, of course, gangs without dogs are just not cool. They decide to remedy this situation by kidnapping a pug named Spike. But dog-napping is tricky business, and dog-owning is definitely not as easy as it sounds. Can the Rulebreakers survive this trouble-making dog and save the world while they're at it? Or will they land up in a doggone mess?

    About the Author

    Sowmya Rajendran Has written books for children across all age groups, from picture books for the tiny ones to young adult fiction. Her books are on the CBSE's recommended reading list for schools. Sowmya's titles with Penguin Books include the graphic novel Nirmala & Normala as well as The Incredible History of India's Geography, a children's adaption of Sanjeev Sanyal's Land of the Seven Rivers. Sowmya lives in Pune and currently works as a journalist writing about gender, cinema and culture.
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      • Puffin
    • Publication Year
      • 2017 April
    Contributors
    • Authored By
      • Sowmya Rajendran
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