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Scholastic, Oct 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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Charles and Lizzie Peterson are very good with puppies. They want one of their own, but their mom isn't ready for them to have one full time. For now, they help take care of puppies that need to find a new home. They are a foster family for young dogs. The Peterson kids hear about Snowball. Someone left the fluffy puppy all alone at a gas station in a tattered, old box. Snowball is sick and hungry. He needs a family of his own. Can Charles and Lizzy find one that is just right?

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Review: Snowball (The Puppy Place #2)

User Review  - Lay Criss - Goodreads

These books are so cute. I enjoy reading them, and exploring more into children's lives with dogs. Read full review

Review: Snowball (The Puppy Place #2)

User Review  - Dorian - Goodreads

I like Snowball because I like snow. If I could give this 100 stars, I would! Snow is my stuffed bear's name so I read it to him. Read full review


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ELLEN MILES is the author of more than twenty-eight books, including several Scholastic Classics, such as The Pied Piper; the Taylor-Made Tales series; and thirteen other books in The Puppy Place series. Ellen loves to be outdoors every day. She also loves to read, cook, and explore. She lives in Vermont and is a longtime fan of dogs of all breeds.