Lightning The RoboDog A5 Notebook

£14.99

Whether you’re jotting down notes for work (while thinking about your dog), taking notes for school (while missing your dog) or putting together a shopping list (full of things for your dog). A notebook always comes in handy. This wire-bound softcover notebook hits all the marks. The A5 notebook features 90gsm lined papers with 150 pages total. Size (5.9″ x 8.3″ (14.7 x 21.1cm) with wire-o binding.

All of the products in this range were designed by children in our Bob Martin Bark To The Future competition. Dog loving children aged 5-16 were inspired to draw a dog of the future, prompted by the question “what will dogs look like in 130 years time?” 

This show-stopping design was created by Noah, aged 9, from Essex. Here’s what Noah said about his design: “My dog is half robot. He is an inventor and his name is Lightning. He has x-ray vision and a laser eye. Also he has a magnificent helmet that translates his barks into english and allows him to time-travel.”

100% of the profits from this product will be donated to Pets As Therapy (PAT) to fund their Read2Dogs scheme. 

Description

Whether you’re jotting down notes for work (while thinking about your dog), taking notes for school (while missing your dog) or putting together a shopping list (full of things for your dog). A notebook always comes in handy. This wire-bound softcover notebook hits all the marks. The A5 notebook features 90gsm lined papers with 150 pages total. Size (5.9″ x 8.3″ (14.7 x 21.1cm) with wire-o binding.

A5
Width, cm 14.70
Height, cm 21.10
Thickness, cm 0.90

 


Pets As Therapy

100% of the profits from this product will be donated to Pets As Therapy (PAT) to fund their Read2Dogs scheme.

Pets As Therapy are an incredible charity who believe that every child has the right to leave school having achieved their reading level potential. The Read2Dogs scheme enables PAT Teams to visit schools, so the children can read a story aloud to a PAT dog. Dogs are great non-judgemental listeners, and they help young people to enjoy the reading experience. Children also look forward to spending time with their four-legged friend, which in turn creates a bond of trust, empathy and understanding of the needs of the pet.

The scheme helps to raise a pupil’s reading standard, boost their self-confidence, improve concentration levels and behavioural problems. The visits can have a positive impact on a child’s educational, social and emotional welfare.

Registered with the Fundraising Regulator. Registered Charity No 1112194. Charity registered in Scotland No SCO38910

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