Harper, by Harriet Ennis ( series)
A beautifully illustrated little set of books, telling the story of Harper who is a rescue dog. His family choose him, take him home, and enjoy his escapades and adventures. Locally written, illustrated and produced. Each title is £5.99 and can be sold separately, or in a 5- pack boxed set.
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