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    Pie: When Alice's, Aunt Polly (Pie Queen of Ipswitch) passes away, she leaves her world famous pie crust recipe to her beloved cat, Lardo. Not only that but also leaves him to take care of Alice. Your probably wondering: "Who in the right mind would leave a pie crust recipe to a CAT?" no one. Except, Aunt Polly. One day Alice comes home from, with Lardo in her arms and carries him upstairs to her room. Where she makes him a litter box or a shoe box, to do his business in. She then fed him 3 tunafish and went to bed... She was then awoken by the sound of rattling almost as if Lardo had knocked something over... She got up and checked around her. She saw NO Lardo. So she wondered: "maybe I am just having a dream." So she went back to sleep... The next morning she arose from her bed to look for Lardo... She looked everywhere until she reached the window sill.. Cat paw-prints vaguely marked on the ledge of the window... It was too late now.. Lardo had been taken or left... Will they find him or not? You decide by reading the book!
    Over 8 years ago
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    Stanley Yelnats, falsely convicted of stealing a celebrity's sneakers, is sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile detention center in the middle of the desert, where the inmates are required to dig a large hole every day. Getting to know the other inmates and getting used to the grueling routine is only part of the story, though. There's a mystery behind this strange punishment that is related to a treasure and the supposed curse on Stanley's family dating back to his "dirty-rotten-pig-stealing" great grandfather. The keys to the mystery are scattered among a boy named Zero, a warden with rattlesnake venom nail polish, and a boat that is named after an onion-eating mule and sits in the middle of a dry lake bed.
    Over 8 years ago
  • catmoji
    catmoji added a book review.
    Stanley Yelnats, falsely convicted of stealing a celebrity's sneakers, is sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile detention center in the middle of the desert, where the inmates are required to dig a large hole every day. Getting to know the other inmates and getting used to the grueling routine is only part of the story, though. There's a mystery behind this strange punishment that is related to a treasure and the supposed curse on Stanley's family dating back to his "dirty-rotten-pig-stealing" great grandfather. The keys to the mystery are scattered among a boy named Zero, a warden with rattlesnake venom nail polish, and a boat that is named after an onion-eating mule and sits in the middle of a dry lake bed.
    Over 8 years ago
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    catmoji is reading this book.
    By Sarah Weeks
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