Dog Lost by Ingrid Lee

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You can't judge a dog by its cover: The heroic story of a sweet, loyal pit bull pup that defies expectations and her breed's reputation to save the day--and the boy she loves!

11-year-old Mackenzie has got one friend in the whole world: Cash, his brown-eyed pit bull. His dad won the runt after a long night of gambling--ever since Mack's mom died, that's all he seems to do, and soon he erupts in a rage at the innocent pup, takes her away in the trunk of his car, and dumps her in the middle of nowhere. Mack vows to find Cash and bring her back home--he has to! All strays are about to be outlawed and put down. Little does Mack know that while he searches for Cash, she's surviving her own adventures and proving in the process that all dogs--even pit bulls--are born good

About Ingrid Lee

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INGRID LEE lives in Toronto, Ontario, where she teaches high school English and Art. Her first novel for teens, "Dog Lost" (Scholastic Canada), was shortlisted for the Rocky Mountain Book Award, the Manitoba Young Reader's Choice Award, and the Hackmatack Children's Choice Book Award. Ingrid is also the author of several chapter books for younger readers.
Published November 1, 2011 by Scholastic Inc.. 226 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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In her first novel published in the United States, Canadian author Lee takes on negative attitudes toward pit bulls with this tender story about a boy and his dog.

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