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Domestic Dog Fu - cover

Domestic Dog Fu

Jaden Dennis-Marler, Vito Scandurra, Tanya Dennis

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

The Adventures of Benki Boo, series 3 is an interactive storytelling experience. Emerge yourself in this magnificently animated and narrated iStoryTime.
 
"Domestic Dog Fu"
 
Get ready for a fun and heart-warming adventure with Benki as he sets out to become a domestic chores master! From washing clothes to packing the car, join him as he checks off items from his to-do list and navigates through the ups and downs of keeping a home in order.
 
But it's not just about the chores - Benki also learns how to take care of his human along the way. This book is guaranteed to make you giggle and appreciate the importance of helping out at home.
 
So come along and join Benki on his exciting journey - you never know what you might learn!
 
Features:
 
- includes video (animation).
 
- Offers automatic navigation.
 
- includes narration and subtitles
 
- Story telling – dedicated to all special needs community and assistance dogs.
Available since: 03/13/2023.
Print length: 10 pages.

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