Bad Pets: Bad to the Bone

by Allan Zullo

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    • Grades: 3 - 6
    • Ages: 9 - 12
    • Format: Paperback Book
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Short Summary
These laugh-out-loud stories of furry troublemakers, whiskered scoundrels, and four-legged nitwits are a great way to keep kids turning the page.
Good For:
Short Entertaining Chapters That Boost the Confidence of Young Readers, Animal Lovers of All Ages, Giggle-Filled Story Times, Opening Up Conversations About Pets

Topics and Themes:
Dogs, Cats, Pets, Trouble

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Product Details

    • Grades: 3 - 6
    • Ages: 9 - 12
  • Product Type: Book
  • Page Count: 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 5 1/4" x 7 5/8"
  • Language: English
  • ISBN 13: 978-1-338-26361-9

About the Author

Allan Zullo is the author of more than 120 nonfiction books on subjects ranging from sports and the supernatural to history and animals. He has introduced readers to the 10 True Tales series, gripping stories of extraordinary persons who have met the challenges of dangerous, sometimes life-threatening, situations. In addition, he has authored five books about the real-life experiences of young people during the Holocaust. Allan also pens two other popular series for Scholastic: Bad Pets, hilarious, true accounts of antics in the animal world; and Haunted Kids, eerie tales inspired by real-life investigations of the supernatural. Allan, the father of two grown daughters and grandfather of five, lives with his wife, Kathryn, near Asheville, North Carolina. To learn more about the author, visit his website at www.allanzullo.com.