Third Grade Pet

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Random House Children's Books, Oct 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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The good news is that the third grade can buy a class pet. The bad news for Rosemary is that the kids want a rat! How gross!
There's no way Rosemary's mother will let her take a turn as ratkeeper for a creepy, dirty animal. But Rosemary surprises herself when she begins to like Cheese, the gray and white hooded rat. Then, when Cheese's life is in danger, it's Rosemary to the rescue . . . if she can hide him from her family!

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User Review  - abrial2433 - LibraryThing

Rats are disgusting. At least, that's what Rosemary thinks until the class gets a new pet rat named Cheese. Cheese is different according to Rosemary and she will do anything to make sure that Brian ... Read full review

Contents

itos Are Yucky
1
Perky Pets for Perky People
8
3 I Cant Believe It
15
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Judy Cox is an elementary school teacher. She has written many books for young readers. She has also had stories, poems, essays, and articles published in Cricket and Spider.

Cynthia Fisher has illustrated many books for children. She lives in western Massachusetts.

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