Flick’s dog Benson is a very good boy... or so Flick thinks. When Flick leaves for school, she tells him, ‘Stay, Benson!’. Instead, Benson races out the front door and chases a cat into the back garden, over the fence and into the park, where he chases a squirrel. A ball catches his eye and he follows it into the pond – and then he runs, dripping wet, through the middle of a picnic lunch, stealing a sausage! The picnickers shout ‘GO HOME, BENSON!’. He races back across town, and arrives home just as Flick returns from school. ‘Have you been a good boy, Benson? Did you stay?’
Only the reader really knows what Benson, the naughty dog, has been doing all day…
'A simple but fun story with the enticing extra element of cleverly shaped cut-outs to delight children'
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'A clever, funny and yet simple story ... With bold illustration demonstrating the design background of the author Thereza Rowe, this book comes to life and truly engages the reader'
The School Librarian