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One Dog and His Boy by Eva Ibbotson, reviewed by Mary Hoffman

A "film for all the family" was once jokily defined as "one with a dog in it". By that criterion, Eva Ibbotson's last novel is one for all the cousins, aunts and uncles you can muster. Ibbotson died in her sleep last October, at the age of 85, having just finished correcting the proofs of this, her last book. In spite of the singular title, it is full of dogs - characterful, idiosyncratic dogs, from pampered pooches to circus performers. MARY HOFFMAN

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