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Monty: A Shepherd's Tail - cover

Monty: A Shepherd's Tail

Ben Robson

Publisher: tredition

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Summary

An all-new adventure from Ben Robson.
After Kitty Realms comes the powerful story
of Monty. Join the stray German-shepherd
dog, with the courage to find a new home.
Follow Monty and his friends, the beautiful
Casey, the lovable Reese and cheeky Brody.
A story to share with the whole family.
Available since: 11/18/2022.
Print length: 85 pages.

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