Utterly adorable and wonderfully inventive, The Pug Who Wanted to be a Reindeer tells the heart-warming story of Peggy, a loyal pooch determined to travel to the North Pole to get her owners’ Christmas spirit back. Ideal reading for animal-mad younger readers, Swift’s story is a joy from start to finish.
When her family loses its Christmas spirit, Peggy heads to the North Pole to get it back! A festive adventure starring a loveable little pug with a heart of gold.
Peggy's family has lost its Christmas spirit and Peggy is desperate to help them get it back. The little pug wishes she could turn into a reindeer so she could work some Christmas magic on her family. She tries eating carrots, giving herself antlers and a glowing red nose, but nothing works - and the messes she makes only create more problems at home!
Finally, the brave little pug decides that the only solution is to ask Santa for help. But the North Pole is far away, and Peggy gets lost in a snowstorm before she even makes it out of town . . .
Can Peggy find her way back to her family in time for a Christmas miracle?
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 135 g
Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 16 mm