Worzel is an enormous hound with “issues”. Now in his third year with his forever family, Worzel's horizons are expanding. When City Hall tries to take his favorite beach away from dogs, Worzel and his family march into a campaign to save the beach. Meanwile, there's a foreign trip to plan for, a ball obsessed Labrador to contend with, and a foster brother who needs teaching in the ways of the world. And maybe, he can even teach Worzel a thing or two.
Mom, long-suffering Dad, five cats, and two nearly grown up children, all feature in Worzel’s third diary bringing together poems, letters, and advice that only Worzel Wooface would attempt to offer.
Yippee... delighted that there is a third book in this great series. This is Worzel's third year and the story continues for this fantastic lurcher and his so funny family. All about more adventure of Worzel's life all told through the eyes of a dog. Very very funny throughout, but also totally real and true to life. Beautiful pictures to enhance the stories are also included. Totally delighted with the third book of this series, I think they just get better and better, and long may it last! - Dog Training Weekly. Worlds Ace Woofer Does It Again. The third volume of the international acclaimed Lurcher Chronicles surpasses its predecessors. Experience Perceptual Positions Exercises according to Worzel. Open the door in your mind for Worzel to bound in and compel you to play. See the world Worzel's Way. You will be captivated by the principles of canine etiquette, by how a dog engages with the struggles and successes of his famberly. Discover how a Lurcher negotiates locks and International Dipple-O-matic Duties in the Netherlands. Become politically savvy as Worzel campaigns again cow sills banning his kind from Southward beaches. Worzel Wooface is a literary giant among canines, a philosopher and witty, perceptive poet. Worzel reaches across the canine-human divide to communicate with all humans about being a three-year-old adolescent/adult lurcher. - Geelong Obedience Dog Club. Catherine Pickles is a full-time family carer, writer and blogger. It is interesting to note that her blog about Worzel reached the final of the UK Blog Awards in 2015. Catherine has fostered numerous sighthounds for Hounds First Sighthound rescue. With "Three Quite Very Actual Cheers for Worzel Wooface!" she once again reveals a genuine fair for engaging narration and original storytelling. An inherently fascinating and extraordinarily entertaining read from cover to cover, "Three Quite Very Actual Cheers for Worzel Wooface!" is recommended. - Midwest Book Review.
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