Man s Best Friend A Christmas Story

Man s Best Friend   A Christmas Story
Author : Bertron Gonsalves
Publisher : Bertron Gonsalves
Total Pages : 73
Release :
ISBN 10 :
ISBN 13 :
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Man s Best Friend A Christmas Story Book Description:

Man's Best Friend - A Christmas Story, takes you through an untold tale between Santa and a pack of dogs and unfolds the valuable, unnoticeable, everyday contribution of a dog towards saving Christmas. This Christmas story is a fun-filled adventure of a stray dog named Dougie and how he answers to a dog's title of Man's Best Friend.

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