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Books About Different Types of Pets
Clark the Shark Gets a Pet by
Call Number: E HAL READER
Publication Date: 2020-11-10
In this funny rhyming story, Clark the Shark is excited about his new pet, Lulu the dogfish. He can’t wait to teach Lulu tricks and feed her lots of treats. But Clark discovers there's more to having a pet than he thought! Young animal owners and ones hoping for a pet will enjoy this funny book about pets and caring for them.
The Princess and the Pets by
Call Number: E KAN READER
Princess Mina would love a pet, but her older sister, Princess Tina, is allergic to animals. When Princess Mina texts a birthday wish to her absent-minded fairy godmother, she gets more than she bargained for: kittens in the kitchen, puppies in the parlour and a boa constrictor under the bed!
The Perfect Pet by
Call Number: E PLA READER
Publication Date: 2020-01-01
Ana & Andrew are getting a new pet! They research different pets before choosing the best pet for their family. Then they pick a name for it! With the name Ana & Andrew choose, they learn from a famous African American that skin color does not affect a person's abilities.
Prudence Wants a Pet by
Call Number: E DAL
Publication Date: 2011-06-21
Prudence wants a pet. Desperately. “No,” says Dad, “pets cost too much to keep.” “No,” says Mom, “pets make noise.”
But Prudence is determined. She finds her own pet. It is a…branch. But Branch isn't exactly the pet of her dreams, and neither are Twig, Mr. Round (a car tire), or her baby brother Milo. Poor Prudence. Will she ever find the perfect pet?
Pirate's Perfect Pet by
Call Number: E FER
Publication Date: 2016-08-02
Big, brave Captain Crave can check off most items on the handy Be Your Best Buccaneer checklist. He has a pirate ship, an eye patch, courage and daring, and more. Only one thing is missing: Captain Crave doesn’t have a pet. Arrr! Shuck me an oyster and set sail for land! The captain and his crew race and chase critters of every size and shape, from the beach to a farm to the zoo to a pet shop, causing a commotion wherever they go. But just when all seems lost, the search party stumbles on the most perfectly perfect pet for Captain Crave. Has he finally met his match? Aye-aye!
Call Number: E HOW
Publication Date: 2001-09-01
Mitzi is a witch who likes creepy things. So when she decides to get a pet, she wants the creepiest pet possible. But the bats she tries are too batty, the toad does nothing but eat bugs, and the warthogs . . . well, that’s a whole other story. Mitzi is in despair. She wants a creepy pet that is fun--and that will share her secrets. It seems too much to hope for, until one rainy night when something unexpected scratches on her door. . . .
What Pet Should I Get? by
Call Number: E SEU
Publication Date: 2015-07-28
A brother and sister visit the pet store, but they can't decide which pet to get. They consider the dogs, cats, fish, and more, including wacky made-up animals, in classic Dr. Seuss style.
How Do Dinosaurs Choose Their Pets? by
Call Number: E YOL
Publication Date: 2016-12-27
"Can I keep it? It's so cute!" Brimming with laugh-aloud humor, enormous dinosaur children surprise their parents by bringing home a wild menagerie of highly unusual pets! What would happen if your child walked in the door with a pet tiger? Or an elephant, boa constrictor, zebra, or kangaroo? Would you smile? Perfect for every child who has ever loved or yearned for a pet, this new uproarious book delights readers of all ages as they peek into the mischievous world of Jane Yolen and Mark Teague's bestselling dinosaur series. In the end, children and dinosaurs both learn which animals make the most practical pets, and the best places to find them-- including shelters and pet stores.