If you're the smallest basset hound: well, how do you get yourself noticed - especially by Harry, sister Caz and their family? Then how can you track down biscuity treats you're promised? And how do you cope with a world that's been covered in 'cold'? With a big think - that's the Bruno way to solve problems! There are three stories in this first "Bruno" book: In "Bruno and the Big Think", Bruno uses some clever tricks to draw attention to himself, despite being the smallest pup in the litter. He's immediately picked out by Harry who takes Bruno home to join his new family. In "Bruno and the Biscuits", a mischevious Bruno follows his nose, like all clever dogs, as he tracks down the treats he's been promised by Harry's mum. In "Bruno and the Snowy Stuff", Bruno's trying to cope with a world that's been 'covered in cold', as he experiences snow - and a very cold tum - for the very first time. All royalties from Bruno help young people with bleeding disorders both in the UK and in developing countries (see robinswood press website for details). "Bruno" is illustrated by award-winning designer Rebecca Sands, who herself manages a bleeding disorder.
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