Cover image for Pet stories you don' have to walk.
Title:
Pet stories you don' have to walk.
Author:
Brown, Laurene Krasny. Best pet.
Publication Information:
New York : SeaStar Books, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
64 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
Summary:
A collection of stories and poems about various kinds of pets.
Language:
English
Contents:
Best pet (from Rex and Lilly ...) / by Laurie Krasny Brown -- Why not get a pterodactyl (from Weird pet poems) / by Lee Bennett Hopkins -- Excerpt from A dog's tale / by Seymour Reit -- Kittens (from Henry and Mudge in puddle trouble) / by Cynthia Rylant -- My fish can ride a bicycle (from Something big has been here) / by Jack Prelutsky -- Selections from Danny and the dinosaur / by Syd Hoff -- Good day (from three stories you can read to your cat) / by Sara Swan Miller.
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR LG 2.4 0.5 47032.
Added Uniform Title:
Reading rainbow (Television program)
ISBN:
9781587170324

9781587170317
Format :
Book

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Eden Library READER Juvenile Non-Fiction Readers
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Hamburg Library READER Juvenile Fiction Readers
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Marilla Free Library READER Juvenile Non-Fiction Readers
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Summary

Summary

Meet a multiplying family of fish, and a cat whose every good intention goes wrong!


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Booklist Review

Gr. 1^-2. Here's an effective way to get some bang for your buck. Each book features stories (or book excerpts) from several well-known writers with the original illustrations. Pet has Rylant's Henry and Mudge stories, selections from Hoff's Danny and Dinosaur, some poetry, and several other offerings. School features short works with Amanda Pig, Amelia Bedelia, and a Valentine's Day story with Emmie, Jack, and Leo (pictures by Steven Kellogg). The stories here, collected by the editors at North-South, were apparently Reading Rainbow selections (as indicated by a cover banner, "Reading Rainbow Readers"), so libraries may have the originals in several different editions. Nevertheless, this thematically brings together a nice mix of offerings in an easy-to-read format. --Ilene Cooper


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