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Emma"s pet by David M. McPhail

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Published by Dutton in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pets -- Fiction,
  • Bears -- Fiction

Book details:

About the Edition

Emma"s search for a soft, cuddly pet has a surprising ending.

Edition Notes

Statementby David McPhail.
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.M2427 Em 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination[22] p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3024109M
ISBN 100525442103
LC Control Number85004414

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About Emma’s Pet. Emma’s search for a soft, cuddly pet has a surprising ending. David McPhail is the acclaimed author of many popular books for children, including Fix-It; Pigs Aplenty, Pigs Galore!; and Pigs Ahoy! (all Dutton and Puffin). He is also the illustrator of Jan Waldron’s Angel Pig and the Hidden Christmas and. Emma's Strange Pet is a good transitional book that can be read to Kindergarteners through second grade. This book is about Emma and how she is allergic to pets. This book talks about her finding a pet that she's not allergic to. This will probably relate to some students because a lot of people are allergic to pets/5. Pet wanted! Max wants a furry pet. Emma wants a pet too, but she's allergic to animals with fur. When Emma finds the perfect animal, will Max like his sister's strange pet? Emma’s Strange Pet is a Level 3 I Can Read Book, which means it’s perfect for independent reading. Kids will love reading this high-interest story about Emma and Max’s Pages:   Emma seeks out the cuddliest, most lovable pet she can find. None fills the bill, however, until she runs into the biggest, cuddliest pet of all, her very ow Skip navigation.

Emma's Strange Pet is a great story that also contains ideas worthy of taking pause and having a conversation with your youngster. It includes themes of interpersonal communication, adoption, taking care of a pet, and validating others. Important ideas to spark meaningful discussions as /5(30). Emma's Strange Pet Emma's Strange Pet Emma's Strange Pet Emma's Strange Pet Emma's Strange Pet Emma's Strange Pet Emma's Strange Pet. Realistic (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile This book subtly tells about an adopted boy's experience when his new sister, Emma, gets a strange pet for her birthday. Familiar situations will enable readers from.   Emma’s Strange Pet is a Level 3 I Can Read Book, which means it’s perfect for independent reading. Kids will love reading this high-interest story about Emma and Max’s fun with their new pet! Kids will love reading this high-interest story about Emma and Max’s fun with their new pet!   Pet wanted! Max wants a furry pet. Emma wants a pet too, but she's allergic to animals with fur. When Emma finds the perfect animal, will Max like his sister's strange pet? Emma’s Strange Pet is a Level 3 I Can Read Book, which means it’s perfect for independent reading. Kids will love reading this high-interest story about Emma and Max’s 3/5(1).