WANTED! A Guinea Pig Called Henry

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Henry Holt and Company (BYR), Mar 27, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Sam wants a pet for her birthday, but her mom and dad have already said that their apartment is too small for a cat or a dog. A trip to Rainbow Street Shelter to look at the smaller animals can't hurt, though!

At the shelter, Sam finds the perfect pet for her, a fluffy black guinea pig named Henry. But she can't help noticing how happy her little brother is when he's reading to Nelly, the Rainbow Street dog. Why can't he read like that when he's in school? Nelly looks happy, too. Sam starts to wonder . . . can a dog go to kindergarten?

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Review: WANTED! A Guinea Pig Called Henry (Rainbow Street Shelter #3)

User Review  - Taya Van - Goodreads

I thought that the book was very cute and very enjoyable to read. Read full review

Review: WANTED! A Guinea Pig Called Henry (Rainbow Street Shelter #3)

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I thought that the book was very cute and very enjoyable to read. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Wendy Orr has written more than two dozen children's books, including Lost! A Dog Called Bear, the first book in the Rainbow Street Animal series, Mokie and Bik, Ark in the Park, and Nim's Island. She lives with her family in Australia, near the sea.

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