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Dog Wars - Michael Wagner

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Wrestling fleas. Fighting dogs. Welcome to Dogland.

The quiet suburb of Grandview has another name. The dogs know it as Dogland. Strongdog, Chainsaw, Stooge and Cakehole share a hidden life with hundreds of other canine warriors — a life their owners know nothing about. They secretly control the streets with their own set of rules.

But there's something controlling them.

And it's pushing Dogland to the brink of war.

About The Author

Michael Wagner is the author of the Maxx Rumble Football and Maxx Rumble Cricket series — 16 children's books bursting with madcap sporting action — and the acclaimed novel Dog Wars, a book about wrestling fleas and fighting dogs.

Michael loves writing books that are amusing, exciting and accessible to everyone. Before becoming a full-time writer, Michael worked for ten years with ABC as a radio broadcaster. He lives in Melbourne with his wife Jane Godwin (also a children's author) and his two children, Will and Lizzie.

Michael Wagner

Michael Wagner is a children's author whose best-known books follow the funny and action-packed sporting adventures of Maxx Rumble, and the hilarious father-son rivalries of The Undys. He is also author of the novel Dog Wars, and the Aussie Nibble: Newtown Tigers.

Prior to becoming a children's author, Michael played in a band that almost became famous, spent ten years working as a radio broadcaster with the ABC, wrote and produced award-winning animation for television, and wrote and performed comedy. Michael lives with his wife, Jane Godwin (who is a proper children's author), and his two children, Will and Lizzie (who think their Dad is really cool).

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ISBN: 9781876372545
ISBN-10: 9781491821565
Audience: Children
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 205
Published: 1st September 2004
Publisher: Black Dog Books
Dimensions (cm): 21.000 x 14.000  x 1.700
Weight (kg): 0.277
Edition Number: 1