Andrew down under : the story of an immigrant dog / Anne Manchester ; illustrations by Fifi Colston.

By: Manchester, Anne [author.]
Contributor(s): Colston, Fifi, 1960- [illustrator.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wellington : Submarine, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 119 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 20 cmISBN: 9780995109278; 0995109273Subject(s): Human-animal relationships -- Children's fiction | Dogs -- Migration -- Children's fiction | Pekinese -- Children's fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. DDC classification: NZ823.3 Summary: "Andrew the Pekinese is a pampered pooch in Palm Springs, the United States. He spends his time lounging by the pool, having his fur shampooed and riding in the basket of Colin’s bike. It’s paradise, with the exception of a dangerous cactus garden and an annoying cat. But Andrew’s almost perfect life is about to change – they’re leaving Palm Springs and crossing thousands of kilometres of ocean to live in New Zealand. What’s more, Andrew has to fly on his own and endure being separated from his poppa in quarantine. When he finally arrives at his new home in Wellington, there’s not quite the welcome he was hoping for"--Back cover.
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"Andrew the Pekinese is a pampered pooch in Palm Springs, the United States. He spends his time lounging by the pool, having his fur shampooed and riding in the basket of Colin’s bike. It’s paradise, with the exception of a dangerous cactus garden and an annoying cat. But Andrew’s almost perfect life is about to change – they’re leaving Palm Springs and crossing thousands of kilometres of ocean to live in New Zealand. What’s more, Andrew has to fly on his own and endure being separated from his poppa in quarantine. When he finally arrives at his new home in Wellington, there’s not quite the welcome he was hoping for"--Back cover.

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