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Books with author Peter Brown

  • Wild Robot

    Peter Brown

    Paperback (Piccadilly, Sept. 3, 2018)
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  • Flight Of The Dodo

    Peter Brown

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Sept. 7, 2010)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When Penguin gets pooped on by a goose flying by, he and his other flightless bird friends invent a flying machine to give them the bird's eye view they never had, in a hilarious and heartwarming story that shows all things are possible.
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  • Mr Tiger Goes Wild

    Peter Brown

    Paperback (MACMILLAN CHILDREN S BOOKS, April 20, 2017)
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  • The Fabulous Bouncing Chowder

    Peter Brown

    Hardcover (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Sept. 1, 2007)
    From the New York Times bestselling author of Mr. Tiger Goes Wild and Children Make Terrible Pets comes another adventure starring everyone's favorite underdog. When Chowder goes off to the Fabu Pooch Boot Camp, as usual he just doesn't fit in. Chowder tries his best, but his attempts to make himself more fabulous all fall flat. When the First Annual Fabu Pooch Pageant is announced, Chowder anxiously tries to think of a way to stand out. After all, the prize is a one-year supply of Snarf Snacks! Some pups practice their pearly grins, other hounds get massages to relax. One pooch even gets permed! But Chowder finds his calling when he discovers a trampoline. He leaps, he flips, he bounces, and he wows the crowd! Perfect for fans of Chowder and for new readers alike.
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  • Chowder

    Peter Brown

    eBook (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Sept. 3, 2013)
    From New York Times bestselling author Peter Brown comes a hilarious and heartwarming story that introduces a uniquely endearing character: a weird but loveable bulldog who learns to make friends by being true to his quirks.As hard as he tries, Chowder has never managed to fit in with the other neighborhood dogs. While the neighborhood dogs are content to fetch newspapers and take walks, Chowder spends his days on the computer, dancing with his headphones, and using his favorite toy of all, his telescope. But being different makes Chowder lonely. When a petting zoo opens, Chowder is determined to make friends with the zoo animals. And with a strong kick and a flying leap, Chowder finally finds a place where he can be comfortable being his silly, slobbery self.
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  • My Teacher is a Monster!

    Peter Brown

    eBook (Two Hoots, June 4, 2015)
    Bobby has a problem at school. It's his teacher, Miss Kirby. She stomps, she roars, and she won't even let him throw paper aeroplanes in class... what a monster! One day the unthinkable happens when Bobby bumps into Miss Kirby outside school. However, he soon finds out there's more to her than meets the eye.This beautifully illustrated and brilliantly funny book from award-winning artist Peter Brown shows that monsters, and teachers, are not always as bad as they seem.Praise for Mr Tiger Goes Wild:"Utterly charming" - Metro"Funky, funny and beautiful... an irresistible addition to every wild child's bookshelf" - Times"Stylish and clever" - Bookseller"an inspired book that is exquisitely illustrated and can easily lead to a discussion about being yourself and acceptance." - Guardian"picture book of the year" - New Statesman"Children and adults alike will be entertained as they read this appealing and heartwarming book" - Scotsman
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  • Mr Tiger Goes Wild

    Peter Brown

    eBook (Two Hoots, Dec. 18, 2014)
    Are you bored with being sensible? Do you want to have more fun? Mr. Tiger knows exactly how you feel. Fed up with tea parties, top hats and talking about the weather, he astounds his friends when he decides to go... WILD. But does he go too far? After all, the wilderness can get pretty lonely.Mr Tiger Goes Wild is a beautifully illustrated and brilliantly funny book from Caldecott Honor-winning artist Peter Brown that shows that there's a time and place for everything... even going wild. Peter Brown is also the creator of many other books including the fantastically funny My Teacher is a Monster! (No, I Am Not).
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  • Mr Tiger Goes Wild

    Peter Brown

    Paperback (MacMillan Children's Books, Jan. 30, 2014)
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  • Chowder

    Peter Brown

    Hardcover (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Sept. 6, 2006)
    Chowder is a hilarious and heartwarming story that introduces an endearing new character: a weird but completely loveable bulldog who learns to make friends by being true to his quirks.
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  • Mr Tiger Goes Wild

    Peter Brown

    eBook (Two Hoots, Dec. 18, 2014)
    "Funky, funny and beautiful, this is an irresistible addition to every wild child's bookshelf."– The TimesAre you bored with being sensible? Do you want to have more fun? Mr. Tiger knows exactly how you feel. Fed up with tea parties, top hats and talking about the weather, he astounds his friends when he decides to go... WILD. But does he go too far? After all, the wilderness can get pretty lonely.Mr Tiger Goes Wild is a beautifully illustrated and brilliantly funny book from Caldecott Honor-winning artist Peter Brown that shows that there's a time and place for everything... even going wild. Peter Brown is also the creator of many other books including the fantastically funny My Teacher is a Monster! (No, I Am Not).
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  • Old MacDonald

    Petra Brown

    eBook (Sleeping Bear Press, Sept. 1, 2015)
    From the artist of the best-selling Grandma Loves You picture book comes the classic nursery rhyme in board book form. Toddlers will enjoy following along as Grandma MacDonald and her barnyard critters look for chick-chicks. Includes animal sounds activity page.
  • Chipwell Boys Tackle Europe: The first in a series of Chipwell Tales

    Peter Brown

    eBook (P M Brown, March 11, 2016)
    This comedy fiction, set in the swinging 60s, is the first in a new series and tells the story of how a group of unfit, ill-prepared young men, in their early 20s, discover their rural English village of Chipwell has forged a twinning link with a West German community with an unpronounceable name. They decide to cash in on the prospect of a cheap holiday there, by forming themselves into a makeshift football team to take on the local talent.But the road to the Continent is littered with all sorts of pit-falls and problems, even before they make it to the English Channel.And once they set foot on foreign soil, their problems are far from over. In fact they are only just beginning. An unexpected overnight stay on a French camp site, ends with half the team losing all their clothes during a moonlit skinny-dipping session.There’s an embarrassing brush with the law on the Belgium frontier after one of the lads oversteps the mark with a whole coachload of foreign nuns.On arrival at the destination, under the watchful eye of their old headmaster and a representative from their local parish council, the lads discover they have taken on far more than they ever expected, and that their German hosts are treating the whole excursion very seriously indeed. It doesn’t help when the boys from Chipwell discover their accommodation is reputed to be haunted and they have a close encounter with a phantom bearing more than a passing resemblance to Adolf Hitler. And one of the team inadvertently finds himself catapulted into the realms of international television stardom simply by being in the wrong place at the wrong time. But in the end, after consuming a vast quantity of locally-produced wine, all the team agrees it’s been a trip to remember.Or will it turn out to be something they will never forget?