Until I Met Dudley

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Frances Lincoln, Jan 1, 1999 - Household appliances, Electric - 32 pages
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Have you ever wondered how a toaster works? Or what happens to garbage when it's thrown out? In this fun-filled book, Dudley, the techno-wizard dog, takes the reader through the inner workings of familiar machinery. Nominated for the 1998 Kate Greenaway medal. Ages 4 and up."McGough's deadpan text and Riddell's brilliant artwork make for a perfect marriage of presentation and content." -the Daily Telegraph

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Summary: This is a contemporary fiction children’s book is written and illustrated by Roger McGrough and Chris Riddell. This book starts off with a young girl giving her view on how everyday ... Read full review

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so funny.

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Moli?re (born Jean-Baptiste Poquelin in 1622) was a French playwright and actor-manager. Moli?re's main achievement was in raising the standard of French comedy to a level commensurate with French tragedy. In doing so he created a body of work that would continue to be performed for the next three centuries, providing generation after generation of performers with some of their finest roles.

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