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My Dog is a Winner
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Eric Bright and his doggy best mate, Ugly, are back and they’re facing their biggest challenge yet: cheering up Eric’s mean and miserable big sister, Gretchen. A paw-some tale of friendship, compassion and finding happiness.

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Overview

Eric Bright and his doggy best mate, Ugly, are back. They’re up against their biggest challenge yet: solving the serious problem looming over Eric’s mean and miserable big sister, Gretchen. It’s lucky Ugly is the friendliest dog ever. He’s a star companion pooch, working with the kids at school. He’s surely going to rescue Eric’s sister – and, on top of that, win almost every category at the upcoming pet show. Surely.

But when Ugly goes off his food and refuses to play, Eric must figure out what’s hounding him. Can he fix Ugly and Gretchen on his own?

My Dog is a Winner is a paw-some tale about friendship, compassion and what it takes to be a real hero.

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Elizabeth Fensham

Elizabeth Fensham

Elizabeth Fensham’s first novel, Helicopter Man, won the 2006 CBCA Book of the Year for Younger Readers. It was followed by her young adult novels Miss McAllister’s Ghost, a 2009 CBCA Notable Book for Older Readers, Goodbye Jamie Boyd, shortlisted for the 2009 Bologna Book Fair’s White Ravens Award, and The Invisible Hero, winner of the 2012 Speech Pathology Book of the Year Award and listed as an IBBY Book. Elizabeth’s younger reader novels include Matty Forever, shortlisted for the 2009 CBCA Book of the Year for Younger Readers, and the companions Bill Rules, shortlisted for the 2011 Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, and Matty and Bill for Keeps. The first of the My Dog series, My Dog Doesn’t Like Me, was published in 2014, followed by My Dog Gets a Job in 2017. Elizabeth lives in Victoria’s Dandenong Ranges.