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Poor Spike is bored. He's tired of running, jumping and playing Frisbee. Convinced he'd be happier being someone else?ANYONE ELSE!?Spike runs away and tries to be a horse, only to discover that it's hard to stand with a rider on your back. He tries to be a chicken, but learns that eggs are very fragile. He tries to be a fish, but finds out that water can be cold. And when he tries to fly like a bird, he falls flat on his furry face. It's a good thing Spike has a girl at home who loves him, because it turns out that being a dog is what he does best!With bright, expressive line drawings and a story that's fresh and funny, Paulette Bogan shows us how silly it is to try to be something we're not!
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1998.
ISBN: 9780399231636
Branch Call Number: Z BOG
Characteristics: [32] p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm.


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