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Pat the Beastie

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Paul and Judy have a pet named Beastie. With devilish glee, Paul and Judy encourage readers to smell Beastie's stinky feet, peek at him in the shower, and worse. Prankish pop-ups and rascally interactive devices of this wacky parody of the classic Pat the Bunny "touch-and-feel" book will keep readers in stitches. Full-color illustrations.
Hardcover, 18 pages
Published 1993 by Orion Children's Books
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“Pat the Beastie” is a hilarious and revolting story from the creative mind of Henrik Drescher about the consequences of mistreating pets. “Pat the Beastie” may be a bit too gross and disturbing for smaller children, but older children will definitely be delighted with this book.

Henrik Drescher’s parody of Dorothy Kunhardt’s popular book “Pat the Bunny” is incredibly hilarious and disgusting for many children. Henrik Drescher goes into great detail about how the kids torture thei
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Henrik Drescher was born in Copenhagen and immigrated to the United States in 1967. He began a career in illustration as a young man and has been traveling throughout the United States, Mexico, Europe and China, creating massive journals of notes and drawings wherever he went.

His books are held in the collections of the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum,
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