Movie for Dogs

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Scholastic Inc., 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 198 pages
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A brand-new 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!

When Andi's brother Bruce wants to enter a dog-themed film-making contest, Andi jumps at the opportunity to become a screenwriter. But neither of them expects what happens next -- a producer wants their movie! Can Andi and Bruce's show (and dogs) go Hollywood?
 

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A good book. Good for ages 9 to 15 maybe. The big twist is great, but unexpected. What I don't like is how is seems that making the movie, (main part of the story) was a waste of time to read because in the end, Andi wins the writing contest. Sorry to ruin a little bit of the big twist but oh well. I wouldn't really recommend this book. But if you already have it, go ahead, read it.  

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Before i read the book i have a bluesense this is a good one
- Don't judge a book by it;s (Fantastic) cover.

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Contents

I
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II
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III
32
IV
42
V
51
VI
61
VII
71
VIII
81
XI
112
XII
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XIII
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XIV
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XV
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XVI
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XVII
171
XVIII
181

IX
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Lois Duncan modeled the main character in HOTEL FOR DOGS after her childhood self. Like Andi, Lois knew from an early age that she wanted to be a writer and started submitting stories to magazines when she was ten. Today she is the author of 50 books, most of them for young people. She lives in Sarasota, Florida, with her husband, and can be found online at http: //loisduncan.arquettes.com/.

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