Pug Monster Gallery: A Very Unscary Coloring Story Book

Pug Monster Gallery: A Very Unscary Coloring Story Book

Pug Monster Gallery: A Very Unscary Coloring Story Book

Pug Monster Gallery: A Very Unscary Coloring Story Book

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Overview

"THE PUGS swept through the town in every shade of fawn and black, yipping and snorting and panting and screaming. And then, just as mysteriously, they took to the skies again and vanished..."

These are the words of Igor Allan Pug, your guide to the spookiest flat-faced canines from the ocean deeps to the far reaches of space. Follow the master of thrills and chills as he takes you on a private tour of his one and only PUG MONSTER GALLERY. Straight from his pug-a-normal files, Igor gives you the scoop on Loch Ness Pug, Pugfoot, and other smoosh-nosed sensations, along with a coloring section packed with creepy pug mugs and a place to create your very own pug monsters.

A SCARY-but not TOO SCARY-picture book for artists and word lovers ages 8 and up about the cutest little creepers in this or any other world!


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734934649
Publisher: Biggy Sancho Books
Publication date: 12/02/2021
Pages: 74
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

A former cynophobe (someone who fears dogs), Charles Austin Muir fell in love with a rescue pug and went on to collect two more and a very unscary pit lab. He is co-founder of the children's books publisher Biggy Sancho Books and an author of arguably scary books for grown-ups, too, including Slippery When Metastasized and the Splatterpunk Award nominated This Is a Horror Book.

Kara Picante Muir is the author of the children's book, Fiona Plays With Her Beaver, as well as a craft artist, blogger, belly dancer, air guitarist (U.S. Air Guitar Hall of Fame), and massage therapist. Diagnosed with stage 4 colorectal cancer in 2019, she began drawing pet portraits and entered the business of doggy themed kids' books to silence her nagging husband. For more about her, visit her blog, The Adventures of Kara Picante.
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