Anne Fine

Anne Fine

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Jennifer?s aunt has given her a beautiful rainbow-colored diary. The trouble is, Jennifer can?t think of a single thing to write in it. Her friend Iola is just bursting with ideas to fill the glossy blank pages of a new diary ? stories about rescuing drowning victims and eerie ghosts in pink dresses. So what if none of the stories are true? Iola wants that diary. But how can she convince Jennifer that it should really be hers?
 
Filled with engaging illustrations, this dashingly droll chapter book demonstrates how good storytellers like Iola can turn even the most mundane occurrences into amusing fictions.
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The hilarious confessions of a ferocious feline

Poor Ellie is horrified when her cat, Tuffy, drags a dead bird into the house. Then a mouse. Before long, another apparent victim arrives though the cat-door. Can softhearted Ellie get her beloved pet to change his wild, wild ways before he ends up in even deeper trouble? Especially when Tuffy can't understand what all the fuss is about?

Chock-a-block with lighthearted illustrations, readers experience a deliciously sharp and funny view of the world through a cat’s eyes.
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When Ellie tells Tuffy the family is leaving for the week, Tuffy couldn’t be more thrilled. A whole blissful week of rolling around in the flower bed and lounging on top of the TV? Tuffy can’t wait! But the cat sitter the family procures doesn’t understand Tuffy’s refined feline palate, and Little Miss Soppy next door seems intent on dressing Tuffy in a nightie and calling him Janet. To get out of such a terrible mess, Tuffy is going to have to rely on his comical killer instincts.
 
In this raucous sequel to The Diary of a Killer Cat, brimming with witty illustrations, Anne Fine reunites her readers with an unforgettable narrator who sees the world as only a conniving cat can.
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Why do bad things happen to good dogs?

 
It’s a dog’s life for Anthony. Not only is he lacking the respect
he deserves from the neighborhood dogs and cats, but an
skin condition has him frantic and frazzled. And just when
Anthony thinks things can’t get worse, he finds himself on
vet’s table. What she has in mind for him involves an electric
hair trimmer and is likely to cut away any shred of street
credibility he has left.
 
Accented with antic illustrations, this wickedly funny fable
about embarrassment will have young readers flinching and
laughing out loud at the same time.



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