FREE shipping on qualifying offers. On his day off from the circus, Paddy, a performing Irish terrier, spends a delightful day in a country town.
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On his day off from the circus, Paddy, a performing Irish terrier, spends a delightful day in a country town. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
What does a dog do on his day off? Once a month canine acrobat Paddy gets paid. That's when he goes into town to do errands. From the barber to the baker to the florist, everyone knows Paddy-an amazing dog both on- and offstage. Full-color illustrations throughout.
Trumpet Club special ed. by Alexandra Day. Published 1989 by Trumpet Club in New York, . Juvenile fiction, Dogs, Fiction.
This is a super, super book. Filled with gorgeous pictures and minimal text, the story follows a small dog called Paddy during his day off from working with the lovely acrobat Trilby O'Farrell. On this day he always takes his pay in a little purse and goes to town to spend it. We follow him from the shops, to the barber, to his little adventure when two naughty boys try to steal his money, and we even accompany him to his visit to the cinema to see Lassie in action.
Paddy Pay Day (Payday) by Alexandra Day (Hardcover; VGCon). 2 Alexandra Day Books Paddy's Pay Day & Frank and Ernest Play Ball PB Dog Bear.
Alexandra Day (born 1941) is an American children’s book author. Alexandra Day is a pseudonym; her real name is Sandra Louise Woodward Darling. She is the author of Good Dog, Carl, which tells the story of a Rottweiler named Carl who looks after a baby named Madeleine. The book was first published in 1985 by Day’s own publishing company, Green Tiger Press. Good Dog, Carl has been followed by a whole series of popular Carl books, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Great book and title. My boys first read this book at the library.
Cooper Edens, Alexandra Day. Illustrated by. Alexandra Day. Number of Pages. Great book and title. we have been checking it out ALL year except for a few weeks here & there, so other kids could get the chance to read it. They just LOVE this book, it is about a very mischievous puppy and our family just adopted a mischievous puppy this year, so I believe they kind of relate to it.