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Diary of a lively Labrador - pack of 6

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Diary of a lively Labrador
, by Ruth Merttens, uses the recount form of a traditional diary to tell the story of a Labrador who enlists an unlikely accomplice to help him get back into his mistress’s good books after a prolonged period of bad behaviour. The narrative is lively and humorous and children of 7 and over who are not necessarily wholly confident readers will find it easily accessible.

Used in Hamilton Flexible Blocks: Year 3 Autumn Recounts
And also Hamilton Plans: Year 3/4 Spring Non-fiction 1A Recounts