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Books with title Lost Dog

  • Lost Dog!

    R. A. Montgomery

    Paperback (Chooseco, April 20, 2012)
    Lost Dog! by R. A. Montgomery takes YOU on a real-life adventure when your puppy (and best friend) Homer goes missing. Your 6-8 year old reader will follow a trail of clues, scare away some bullies, and save the day! Choose Your Own Adventure Lost Dog! is an interactive gamebook in which YOU decide what happens next. You are pretty sure that Homer went toward the park, but maybe you should check out the local radio station instead? Could Homer the dog have his own show? What will you do when you meet the cowboys in the park? Oh no! Is there a little kid in the water? You'll have to jump in and help! For readers that enjoyed other titles from the Choose Your Own Adventure Dragonlark series including: The Haunted House by R. A. Montgomery, Return to Haunted House by R. A. Montgomery, and Dino Lab by Anson Montgomery.
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  • Lost Dog

    Michael Garland

    Paperback (Holiday House, July 20, 2015)
    When Pete sets off for Grandma's house, he runs into bad traffic. He tries a different route, and soon finds himself lost on a woodsy road. "Where is Mutt Street?" he asks a bear. "That way," the bear replies. As Pete follows directions from different animals he meets, he finds himself in the desert, the jungle and even the arctic! In this story of an accidental journey turned epic adventure, early readers will delight in all of Pete's stops along the way to Mutt Street, where Grandma is there to greet him. An I Like to Read® book for emerging readers. Guided Reading Level C.
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  • Dog Lost

    Ingrid Lee

    Paperback (Chicken House, Dec. 1, 2010)
    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
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  • Dog Lost

    Ingrid Lee

    Hardcover (Chicken House, Sept. 1, 2008)
    You can't judge a dog by its cover: The heroic story of a sweet, loyal pit bull pup who defies expectations and her breed's bad reputation to save the day!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 drinking and gambling--ever since Mac'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. Mac vows to find Cash and bring her back home--he has to: All strays are about to be outlawed! Little does he 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.
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  • Lost Dog

    Michael Garland

    Hardcover (Holiday House, July 20, 2015)
    When Pete sets off for Grandma's house, he runs into bad traffic. He tries a different route, and soon finds himself lost on a woodsy road. "Where is Mutt Street?" he asks a bear. "That way," the bear replies. As Pete follows directions from different animals he meets, he finds himself in the desert, the jungle and even the arctic! In this story of an accidental journey turned epic adventure, early readers will delight in all of Pete's stops along the way to Mutt Street, where Grandma is there to greet him. An I Like to Read® book for emerging readers. Guided Reading Level C.
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  • Dog Lost

    Ingrid Lee

    language (Scholastic Inc., Nov. 1, 2011)
    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
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  • Lost Dog

    Jeff DeVuono

    eBook
    If you enjoy Disney-style, heart-warming stories where animals need to overcome insurmountable odds to survive while they struggle to get home, you will love "Lost Dog." When "Claire," an adorable, joy-filled young pup is stolen from her loving family by bumbling goons, she's brought to "The Hownd Compownd," a dog fighting camp far in the woods where she learns from some misfit dogs and a few clever forest animals the true meaning of love and family.
  • Lost Dog

    Michael Garland

    eBook (Holiday House, July 10, 2015)
    When Pete sets off for Grandma's house, he runs into bad traffic. He tries a different route, and soon finds himself lost on a woodsy road. "Where is Mutt Street?" he asks a bear. "That way," the bear replies. As Pete follows directions from different animals he meets, he finds himself in the desert, the jungle and even the arctic! In this story of an accidental journey turned epic adventure, early readers will delight in all of Pete's stops along the way to Mutt Street, where Grandma is there to greet him. An I Like to Read® book for emerging readers. Guided Reading Level C.
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  • Lost Dog

    Jeff DeVuono

    Paperback (Independently published, July 6, 2017)
    In the heart-warming story style of Disney and Pixar, Lost Dog is the story of an adorable young dog, Claire. When a beloved young dog is stolen and trapped in a terrifying world, it’s with a ragtag band of misfit dogs and an escape plan from some clever forest animals where she learns the true meaning of love, friendship and sacrifice. "I'm trying to get through your book, but I keep crying." "Geez, Jeff, I didn't think you could write such a sweet story - wait - that's not what I meant...you know what I mean." Penelope Spheeris - Director of "Wayne's World" "The Little Rascals" "The Beverly Hillbillies" "Black Sheep"
  • Dog Lost

    Ingrid Lee

    Paperback (Chicken House Ltd, Feb. 1, 2010)
    Cash is the puppy nobody wants. A pit-bull. A throwaway dog. A shivering wet bundle, Cash arrives in the life of twelve-year-old Mackenzie. And from that moment boy and dog share a love neither has ever known before. But when Cash is kicked out by Mackenzie's father, she finds herself lost and alone in a cruel world. Will she ever find her boy again?
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  • Lost Dog!

    R.A. Montgomery

    Paperback (Yearling, Oct. 1, 1985)
    Book by Montgomery, R.A.
  • Lost Dog

    Mike Browne

    language (, Feb. 24, 2012)
    Ugmo is a dog from both sides of the tracks. He lives a double life living with two owners. His rich owner is Hugh D'Mann, the CEO of D'Mann Corporation. D'Mann is part of THEY a division of US, a subsidiary of THEM. THEY control everything, Hugh D'Mann tells THEM what to do. He also tells Ugmo when to bark. Ray Duncan works or D'Mann. Ugmo lives with him too. He bounces back and forth living with the things that make him happy while wishing he was at the home where he is loved.