Don't Take Your Snake for a Stroll by Karin Ireland

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What would happen if your moose wanted to go to the movies? What if your rhino begged to go dancing? What if your pig pleaded to shop? Say "No!" Because, as the unsuspecting pet owner in this book learns, taking peculiar pets to people places can lead to pandemonium!
Karin Ireland's hilarious verse and David Catrow's wacky visuals just might convince you that sometimes it's best to leave your creatures at home.
 

About Karin Ireland

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KARIN IRELANDis the author of more than a dozen books for adults.Don't Take Your Snake for a Strollis her second picture book. She lives in Austin, Texas.DAVID CATROWis an award-winning illustrator of books for children as well as a political cartoonist. He lives in Springfield, Ohio.
 
Published May 1, 2003 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In the tradition of Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothing (1989) and Hints from Heloise (1984), here is a collection of things readers might not want to do and places they might not want to go with several types of outrageous, exotic pets.

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Ireland (Wonderful Nature, Wonderful You) proves this concluding advice applies to every possible pet and situation, whether it involves a duck at a wedding reception (the waterfowl may use the punch fountain as a splash pool) or an elephant at the beach (the pachyderm will require countless bott...

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