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The Tales of Doggie and Moggie By Josef Čapek, Voyen Koreis (translator & editor)
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Nine adventure stories about a little dog and a cat, with illustrations. - 82 pages - for children of primary school age (approx. 6-9 years) - Doggie and Moggie: How They Washed the Floor - How... More > Doggie Tore His Trousers - What Happened at Christmas - How They Wrote a Letter to the Girls in Newcastle - The Proud Nightie - The Boys From Ipswich - How Doggie and Moggie Made a Birthday Cake - How They Found a Doll That Cried Very Softly - How They Played Theatre & About Father Christmas ... There was a time when Doggie and Moggie had lived together; they had their own little cottage on the edge of the forest, where they lived, and they wanted to do everything the way the grown-up people do. But they couldn’t always manage to do this, because they have only small and clumsy paws, and on these paws they have no fingers like people have, only those little pads and on them the claws. So they couldn’t do things like people do, and they never went to school either …< Less
The Tales of Doggie and Moggie By Josef Čapek, Voyen Koreis (translator & editor)
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Nine adventure stories about a little dog and a cat, with illustrations. - 82 pages - for children of primary school age (approx. 6-9 years) - Doggie and Moggie: How They Washed the Floor - How... More > Doggie Tore His Trousers - What Happened at Christmas - How They Wrote a Letter to the Girls in Newcastle - The Proud Nightie - The Boys From Ipswich - How Doggie and Moggie Made a Birthday Cake - How They Found a Doll That Cried Very Softly - How They Played Theatre & About Father Christmas ... There was a time when Doggie and Moggie had lived together; they had their own little cottage on the edge of the forest, where they lived, and they wanted to do everything the way the grown-up people do. But they couldn’t always manage to do this, because they have only small and clumsy paws, and on these paws they have no fingers like people have, only those little pads and on them the claws. So they couldn’t do things like people do, and they never went to school either …< Less