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How to Look for a Lost Dog
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Ever feel like your pet understands you better than any human? Rose has that same feeling, times about a thousand. She’s autistic, and struggles to figure people out. Or maybe it’s fair to say they struggle to understand her. (Favourite topic of conversation: homophones and homonyms.) So when Dad gives Rose a stray dog, Rain becomes Rose’s anchor in the world. That is, until Rain gets lost in a storm. With the same tenacity Rose brings to talking about homophones (zzzz), she starts looking for Rain. And she’s not going to stop any time soon…
- New from the beloved author of The Babysitters Club
- Heartwarming story of a dog and a girl living with autism
- Brilliantly portrays Rose’s unique way of seeing the world
- “If you can read, you’ll love this book” – New York Times
January 7th, 2016
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AR book level: 4.3; Middle years plus; 5.0 points
- 240 pages
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