LOST! A Dog Called Bear by Wendy Orr
(Rainbow Street Shelter)

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Logan is moving from the farm to the city. He'll miss all the things he's leaving behind, but at least he has Bear. He loves Bear more than anything else in the world--because Bear is his dog.

Hannah lives in the city. What she wants, more than anything else in the world, is a dog of her own.

At the Rainbow Street Shelter, Logan and Hannah find a talking parrot, an old black Labrador, a three-legged goat, a puppy that looks like a peanut--and a Surprise that just might be the best thing in the world.

 

About Wendy Orr

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Wendy Orr has written more than two dozen children’s books, including Lost! A Dog Called Bear, the first book in the Rainbow Street Animal series, Mokie and Bik, Ark in the Park, and Nim’s Island. She lives with her family in Australia, near the sea. www.wendyorr.com
 
Published August 2, 2011 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 112 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As his parents try to track down Bear and Hannah’s parents recognize her growing level of responsibility, glimmers of hope appear for both children.

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With a limited vocabulary perfect for readers just edging into chapter books, the tale of Logan's efforts to locate his lost dog rings completely true.

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Logan’s parents are divorcing and he, his mom, and his dog Bear must move to a new city.

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