Benny Bensky and the Perogy Palace

Benny Bensky and the Perogy Palace

Book - 2001
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Benny Bensky used to be a happy dog living with his humans, Rosie and her parents. But things are not happy in the Bensky house. Rosie's mom and dad operate the most popular restaurant in town, the Perogy Palace. At least, it used to be popular. Now customers are staying away in droves.

What's worse, Benny's humans are fed up with his bad habits and are sending him to obedience school! Benny is terrified of the persnickety instructor and fails the class miserably. But while he's there, Benny sniffs out the problem with the Perogy Palace. What's a dog with a big imagination to do?
Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, c2001.
ISBN: 9780887765230
Branch Call Number: J FIC Borsk
Characteristics: 120 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Hendry, Linda


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