Calling All Pets!

A fun, funny new chapter book series full of adorable pets and silly adventures Twins Meg and Charlie are moving into their great great aunt s hotel, and they re in for some surprises The run down hotel is full of cool old rooms, a rooftop garden, even an elevator There s also one big problem it doesn t have any guests.But when Meg and Charlie volunteer to look afterA fun, funny new chapter book series full of adorable pets and silly adventures Twins Meg and Charlie are moving into their great great aunt s hotel, and they re in for some surprises The run down hotel is full of cool old rooms, a rooftop garden, even an elevator There s also one big problem it doesn t have any guests.But when Meg and Charlie volunteer to look after a neighbor s golden retriever puppy, the fuzzy little furball gives them a great idea They re going to transform their new home into an amazing hotel for pets
Calling All Pets A fun funny new chapter book series full of adorable pets and silly adventures Twins Meg and Charlie are moving into their great great aunt s hotel and they re in for some surprises The run down hot

  • Title: Calling All Pets!
  • Author: Kate Finch John Steven Gurney Tim Jessell
  • ISBN: 9780545501804
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. So, we've officially embarked in full time reading of chapter books with Isabella. So I figure why not include those books here as well, right?Anyway, Isabella LOVES animals, so this book was right up her animal loving alley. So much so, we've already ordered the sequel from . Personally, I'm looking forward to some of the other books we've got coming our way. But I really am enjoying reading with her!

    2. My third-grade, animal-loving son just discovered this series. Now he is tearing through chapter book series without even realizing that is what he is doing.

    3. It's such a good book ok any one know where I can buy an old hotel cause calling all pets there's about to be a new pet hotel

    4. 3.5/5 StarsThis review and many more can be found on my blog - Best Kids' Reads.My nine-year-old daughter is a big animal fan and she really loved these books. They are great fun and also very cute! They have lots of adorable illustrations, which was always a big draw for my daughter when she was a bit younger (not to say that she doesn't still like them now, but she's willing to read books without them now that she's older). I would say that these books would be perfect for the second and third [...]

    5. book description:A fun, funny new chapter book series full of adorable pets and silly adventures!Twins Meg and Charlie are moving into their great-great-aunt's hotel, and they're in for some surprises! The run-down hotel is full of cool old rooms, a rooftop garden, even an elevator. There's also one big problem -- it doesn't have any guests.But when Meg and Charlie volunteer to look after a neighbor's golden retriever puppy, the fuzzy little furball gives them a great idea. They're going to tran [...]

    6. Pet Hotel is a new chapter book series that would be appropriate for second or third graders or even precocious first graders.Twins Meg and Charlie are moving into their great-great-aunt's hotel, and they're in for some surprises! The run-down hotel is full of cool old rooms, a rooftop garden, even an elevator. There's also one big problem -- it doesn't have any guests.But when Meg and Charlie volunteer to look after a neighbor's golden retriever puppy, the fuzzy little furball gives them a grea [...]

    7. *Pet Hotel* is a cute animal-related series for children, where 2 children move to their great-great-Aunt's hotel with their parents, and turn it into a pet hotel. I would recommend it to animal lovers of all ages.--------------- This book, the first of the series, focuses on Paco the dog, and how he brings the children to come up with the idea of changing the Diamond Hotel into the Pet Hotel. Pet Hotel is different from normal hotels, as its' guests are animals, instead of humans, so there's al [...]

    8. The Good This is a cute book for children starting to learn how to read chapter books. It is a quick little adventure about two children who unintentionally come up with a way to save their great-great aunt's hotel.The Bad It was a really quick read. Some parts of it felt really rushed. The children take care of a couple of random animals without thought of what it could mean, and when they finally reveal the new hotel for animals, it's the adults' idea and only lasts a chapter.The ReviewOverall [...]

    9. Twins Meg and Charlie (as well as their Mom and Dad) are moving into their great-great-aunt's run-down hotel. They soon befriend their neighbors and their neighbors' pets. The family fixes up the hotel, but it's now a hotel for pets - not people!Finch put together a fun and cute book for beginning chapter readers. The chapters are quick and have illustrations throughout the book. The drama is light and animal related. There is plenty of humor and lightheartedness throughout the story. Pet Hotel [...]

    10. Meg and Charlie move into their great-great-aunt's hotel with their parents. The hotel is rather rundown but it is very unique and interesting. Unfortunately, they have no guests as there are nicer hotels in town. The twins come up with a fabulous idea to turn the has-been inn into a Pet Hotel. The entire family gets on board with the idea and the fun begins! This is a sweet intermediate series for boys and girls. The people and pets are adorable.

    11. My eight-year-old chose this book from the book fair held at their school. I am glad she liked it since she's very fond of pets, especially dogs. She finished this book in less than two days. It's a fast read and there's excitement going on. The instances of excitement were mostly the same, though. I guess that's one way of keeping the book interesting. I loved the illustrations, especially the one with the cross section of the hotel. I kept referring to it as the rooms were described.

    12. It was really good but unfortunately I can't remember the date or month or even the year I read it which is the worst and also really sucks:(

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