Flying Furballs 1: Dogfight

Synopsis

Our hero is Claude D’Bonair, a young pilot in the Cat Air Corp, keen to prove his worth to the older pilots and live up to the memory of his father. Will cats and dogs ever live in harmony again? And will Claude survive with his nine lives intact? In book one, Dogfight, Claude must fly a secret and dangerous mission deep into the heart of Dogz held territory to save the Air Corp’s most famous dogfighter, Major Tom, who is being held prisoner in the Dogz castle HQ. If he fails it could spell cat-astrophe for the whole of katdom. There’s mysterious spies, secret messages, and codes to crack, plus lots of laughs and action. Along the way, Claude is helped by Manx, a no-nonsense young girl mechanic; Syd Fishus, a jaded old pilot; and C4, HQ’s resident inventor (whose gadgets never seem to work as intended). All the while there is a traitor within katdom.
Donovan Bixley
About the author

Donovan Bixley

Donovan Bixley has sold hundreds of thousands of copies of his books in 31 countries and 18 languages, including te reo Maori. He has won awards for both his illustrating and writing and won the Children's Choice award in 2013. Published in over 100 books, his unique style of illustration brings delight and joy to readers both young and old. He lives on the crater's edge of the greatest volcanic eruption in human history (also known as Lake Taupo, in New Zealand). Music fills his spare time alongside his wife and three daughters.

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