A Puppy Called Hugo

A Puppy Called Hugo

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Following hot on the paws from the bestselling A Pug Like Percy, the nation's favourite pug is back! And this time, Percy has puppies...
Percy the pug has found a loving home with Gail, Simon and their daughter Jenny. But now it's time for Percy's new puppies to fly the dog bed, and become a companion to someone in need - which turns out to be closer to home than the family first think...


On a visit to Gail's parents, Percy begins to suspect that all is not well with Eric, Gail's father. And when he suffers a nasty fall and is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Percy knows just who to send to the rescue - adorable pup Hugo.


Can Hugo help Eric through the tough times, and grow into the kind of Pug to make Percy proud?


Warm, charming and uplifting, A Puppy Called Hugo is perfect for fans of A Street Cat Named Bob and Alfie the Doorstep Cat.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 384 pages
  • 135 x 204 x 32mm | 410g
  • HQ
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • ePub edition
  • 0008256799
  • 9780008256791
  • 1,319,223

Review quote

'A delicious adventure' Daily Mail


'A charming tale about the bond between man and his pooch' The Sun
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About Fiona Harrison

Fiona Harrison is a dog lover and writer from the West Country who lives with her husband and their menagerie of pets. Lucky enough to have a family who always supported her creative writing attempts, as a child, Fiona routinely entertained them with a variety of stories covering everything from Margaret Thatcher to Roland Rat.


Eventually Fiona realised there was not much of a market for Mrs T stories, and moved to London, spending her days working as a journalist and her evenings sleeping in cramped flats, missing her beloved family pets.


After several years, she decided a life without dogs or cats was no life at all and after getting married to a fellow animal lover, she moved out of the big city to concentrate on her two passions; animals and writing.


Now, living in a house rather than a shoebox, Fiona happily spends her days writing, often with a pet on her lap for company and inspiration.
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Rating details

21 ratings
4.19 out of 5 stars
5 48% (10)
4 33% (7)
3 14% (3)
2 0% (0)
1 5% (1)
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