Claude on Holiday

Meet Claude! He is a small, plump dog who wears a beret and a lovely red jumper. But Claude is no ordinary dog – he leads an extraordinary life! When Mr and Mrs Shinyshoes set off for work one sunny day, Claude decides it’s time for a holiday! With his best friend, Sir Bobblysock – who is a slightly bobbly, grubby old sock – Claude heads off on his first trip to the seaside. Together, the pair build sandcastles, eat ice cream and sunbathe on the beach. It is all very normal… until Claude meets some swashbuckling pirates and discovers hidden treasure! A wonderfully funny story starring a quirky beret-clad hero, from a rising star of illustration, Alex T. Smith.

Praise for the Claude series:

“Watch out for this new kid on the children’s books block, you will be won over!” Librarymice.com

“I loved everything about this book… Claude himself is a wonderful little character.” Bookbag

“A treat for new readers.” Peters Gazette

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  • loved it

    i think this book was very sneky of claude . .claude is a very luky dog and his beast fened is sir bobbly and the most fony part is that he is no’t evrn a dog his a sock! i thot this book was very good . i love it

    1 December 2015

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    This book was exciting!

    27 March 2014

  • I have cuddle on the slops. These books are nice and colorful. I like these books.

    4 March 2014

  • This is about a dog called Claude who decides to have some fun on a holiday.

    4 March 2013

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    Alex T. Smith

    He’s the creator of brilliant, quirky picture books like Little Red and the Very Hungry Lion and the hilarious Claude series for early readers. We love Alex T. Smith!

    Awards

    Alex T Smith won the 2011 Dundee Picture Book Award for Bella and Monty.

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