Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog



[Reading] ➿ Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog Author Patricia Finney – E17streets4all.co.uk Hi Hi there Hi, friend, how lovely to smell your friendly smell again I, Jack the dog, am so happy that you are back to read of my adventures This time I have a new best friend, Rebel, and he is a pol Hi Hi there Hi, friend, how lovely Rebel, the ePUB ✓ to smell your friendly smell Jack and PDF \ again I, Jack the dog, am so happy that you are back to and Rebel, the Kindle Õ read of my adventures This time I have a new best friend, Rebel, and he is a police dog Woof He licked my hurties when I got behind the wheel of Pack Leader s car Did you ever see a big dog drive a carand made a big crash into a tree As it turns out, we re old friends from our puppy days What a fun reunion Almost as much fun as steak Did somebody say steak Woof.Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog

AKA PF Chisholm and Grace Cavendish Patricia Rebel, the ePUB ✓ Finney s career started with Jack and PDF \ a bang when her first novel A SHADOW OF GULLS was published before and Rebel, the Kindle Õ she went up to Oxford aged to study History, back in the mists of time, when dinosaurs roamed Having found out early what she could do, she has kept doing it To date she has mainstream published the Sir Robert Carey Elizabethan crime novels under the pen name PF Chisholm eight of them so far three Elizabethan spy novels as Patricia Finney two Elizabethan noir novels as Patricia Finney one contemporary romantic thriller LUCKY WOMAN under Finney three children s books about Jack the daffy Labrador in Doglish Finney and various odds and sods including the sequel to GULLS and WRITERITIS, about how to write a novelYou can find most of her work on except for the Sir Robert Carey PF Chisholm novels which are published by Poisoned Pen Press USA and Head of Zeus UKHer dayjob career has been complex At the moment she is living in Hungary and learning Hungarian and writing a non fiction book about her mother s adventures as a child in wartime Hungary She is really enjoying not doing a dayjob at the moment Go to my website, read my blogs and reviews and sign up for my email newsletter at.

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    Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog Epub ´ Rebel, the and he is a police dog Woof He licked my hurties when I got behind the wheel of Pack Leader s car Did you ever see a big dog drive a carand made a big crash into a tree As it turns out, we re old friends from our puppy days What a fun reunion Almost as much fun as steak Did somebody say steak Woof."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 183 pages
  • Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog
  • Patricia Finney
  • English
  • 11 August 2019
  • 0060880503

10 thoughts on “Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog

  1. says:

    The entire story is told by Jack, a furry, friendly, and sweet if a bit dim doggie who somehow manages to crash the family car, help catch burglars, and help save a woody area from being bulldozed Jack describes people and things with words that represent the way a dog might view the world people are apedogs , dogs leave wet messages on trees and hydrants, clothes are removable furs While this is humorous at first, it gets old quickly Frequent line drawings and type set in varying siz The entire story is told by Jack, a furry, friendly, and sweet if a bit dim doggie who somehow manages to crash the family car, help catch burglars, and help save a woody area from being bulldozed Jack describes people and things with words that represent the way a dog might view the world people are apedogs , dogs leave wet messages on trees and hydrants, clothes are removable furs While this is humorous at first, it gets old quickly Frequent line drawings and type set in varying sizes to represent a rise or fall in volume add interest, but not enough to overcome the wearying effect of Jack s dog speak The footnotes from the family cats who refer to Jack as the Big Stupid are the funniest and best part of this book

  2. says:

    A follow up to I Jack, this sequel is not as clever but is still diverting For young readers or those of us who are young at heart.

  3. says:

    SM

  4. says:

    Jack s second book, so funny

  5. says:

    Even though its not exactly a great book its still worth reading.

  6. says:

    I guess I m regressing, because I find this hysterical, once you get used to dogspeak.

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