Caesar the War Dog 2 : Operation Blue Dragon
Our canine hero is back on duty . . .When injured war hero Charlie finally returns to SAS service, he no longer needs Caesar's help as a care dog. Caesar can go back to being a super-sniffing explosive detection dog in the Australian Army.On their first mission back together, Caesar and his handler, Ben, discover a bomb at the Sydney Opera House, targeting the visiting secretary-general of the United Nations.A fortnight later, while on a peace mission in Afghanistan, the secretary-general's helicopter goes down and he is captured by the Taliban. Caesar, Ben and Charlie join an international team to rescue him. Will they succeed? An experimental mini-submarine might help - and Caesar's famous nose is sure to sniff out trouble along the way.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 136 x 198 x 20mm | 215g
- 01 Jan 2014
- Random House Australia
- Random House Australia Children's Books
- North Sydney, Australia
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"This action-packed adventure will satisfy animal lovers and military enthusiasts alike. Caesar is easy to love and admire, and he really shines at showing the greatness behind military service dogs." --School Library Journal
About Stephen Dando-Collins
Stephen Dando-Collins is the author of the acclaimed Captain Bligh's Other Mutiny. Pasteur's Gambit was shortlisted for the science prize in the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards and won the Queensland Premier's Science Award. Crack Hardy, his most personal history, received wide acclaim. Mistaken Identity tells another episode of previously undiscovered Australian history. Sir Henry Parkes- The Australian Colossus is a biography of Australia?s Father of Federation. He also writes about American and ancient Greek history, and his series about the legions of ancient Rome has found considerable success in the US, UK and Australia and been translated into numerous foreign languages. Stephen has also written several books for children and young adults including the Caesar the War Dog series, Tank Boys and Chance in a Million. Stephen and his wife, Louise, live and write in a former nunnery in Tasmania?s Tamar Valley.