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by Leonard W. Shortall,Lois Duncan

eBook Hotel for Dogs ePub
Author: Leonard W. Shortall,Lois Duncan
Language: English
ISBN: 039512364X
ISBN13: 978-0395123645
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 1st edition (March 23, 1971)
Pages: 165
Category: Animals
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 186
Formats: lit rtf mbr doc
ePub file: 1704 kb
Fb2 file: 1906 kb

But the thing Andi missed the most in the entire world was Bebe. Bebe had been her dog for almost three years now.

But the thing Andi missed the most in the entire world was Bebe. She had gotten her for Christmas the year she was eight, when Bebe was just a puppy, so tiny that it had hardly seemed possible that she was real. She had been under the tree in a box all wrapped with Christmas paper, with little holes in the sides so that air could get through.

Duncan was born Lois Duncan Steinmetz on April 28, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the . Retrieved December 28, 2016.

Duncan was born Lois Duncan Steinmetz on April 28, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the first child of Lois Duncan (née Foley) and Joseph Janney Steinmetz. Duncan had one younger brother, William Janney "Billy" Steinmetz. Both of Duncan's parents were professional magazine photographers who took photos for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey. Hotel for Dogs (1971), Houghton Mifflin; ill. Leonard Shortall ‡. A Gift of Magic (1971), Little, Brown and C. ill. Arvis Stewart.

Lois Duncan, Leonard W. Shortall (Illustrator). The movie "Hotel for Dogs" is, surprisingly, based on this book - "Hotel for Dogs" (who'd have guessed?)!

Lois Duncan, Leonard W. The movie "Hotel for Dogs" is, surprisingly, based on this book - "Hotel for Dogs" (who'd have guessed?)! This book is about a boy, Bruce, and his sister, Andy, who move from their Albuquerque home to New Jersey. They, unfortunately, have to leave their dashund, Bebe, behind, but they do, however, manage to rescue a stray with puppies and move her into the abandoned house down the way. Son that one stray turns into six, and they start to board dogs there to make money.

I first read this heart-warming story about 10 years ago with my daughter. Now, with a few changes I've heard, it's a major motion picture.

The new guy at Tracy’s school is handsome, intense, and desperately needs her help-but there’s something about him that isn’t quite right. High school junior Tracy Lloyd is unsure about the new guy in school. Edgar Award Finalist: When the strange new bus driver passes the last stop, the five teens on board know they’ll be lucky to make it home alive. Valley Gardens is the last stop on the bus route after school. The hilarious sequel to HOTEL FOR DOGS (made into the hit movie!) and NEWS FOR DOGS! Andi and her canine friends are back for their biggest adventure yet - Hollywood!

Lois Duncan (born April 28, 1934) is an American writer of children's books, best known for young-adult novels of suspense Leonard Shortall. A Gift of Magic (1971), ill.

Lois Duncan (born April 28, 1934) is an American writer of children's books, best known for young-adult novels of suspense Duncan received the 1992 Margaret Edwards Award from the American Library Association for her contribution in writing for teens. The 1971 children's book Hotel for Dogs has been adapted as a 2009 film of the same name starring Emma Roberts. Duncan appears as an extra in the crowd scene.

1. Hotel for Dogs Duncan, Lois and Shortall, Leonard W. Lois Duncan

1. Lois Duncan. ISBN 10: 039512364X ISBN 13: 9780395123645.

You can’t break a promise, Bruce, no matter what. But don’t you see, I didn’t know what I was promising! If I’d known, I wouldn’t have promised. Andi was the most interesting person he knew, even if she was part of his family. There were things wrong with her, to be sure - she was always shutting herself off someplace with her scribbling, and she had a bad temper, and sometimes she told lies. But she was never boring. Most of the boys he knew complained about their sisters being drags.

Liz and her brother wind up with nine stray dogs that need homes but must be kept a secret.
Dddasuk
As a middle school librarian, I can attest to the fact that kids love dog books! Currently two of the most popular books in the school library are "Hotel for Dogs" and "Marley and Me". I can't keep copies of the books in the library, and of course that is always a good thing. What a testament to perennial teen suspense author, Lois Duncan, that more than 3 decades after "Hotel for Dogs" was first published a Hollywood movie producer fondly remembered the book and decided to make it into a movie. I heard Lois Duncan speak at a conference in November 2008, and she related the story of her agent peddling her suspense novels to movie studios. What a surprise to both her and her agent when one producer asked if she was the same author of the dog book he loved as a child. So Lois proceeded to update the book, adding cellphones for the kids and jobs/careers for the mothers in the story. It is a fun book with lots of interesting characters that kids can relate to. There is a good mix of humor and adventure, and students always love books where the kids in the story are smart and can outwit adults. A good book to recommend to middle grade and younger readers, especially reluctant readers because it is a short book and not a difficult read.
Yojin
kids love it
iSlate
One of the best books I have ever read... If you are an animal lover I recommend it. #AwesomeBook #Loved it
Tejora
My 7 year old grandson had listened to it with me in the car and liked it so much I got him his own copy as mine had been from the library.
Gashakar
Great book
Qudanilyr
My daughter loved it so I'm happy.
Small Black
AMAZING!!! i normally don't read or enjoy reading when i have to. there's a few books that interest me and this was certainly one of them :)
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