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    Animals welcome : a life of reading, writing, and rescue / Peg Kehret.
    by Kehret, Peg.
    New York : Dutton Children's Books, c2012.
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  • Kehret, Peg -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Animal rescue -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Animal welfare -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Animal shelters -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Women authors, American -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
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  • Women -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
  • ISBN: 
    9780525423997 :
    0525423990 :
    Bib #: 
    834080
    Description: 
    xiv, 173 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
    Edition: 
    1st ed.
    Contents: 
    Two tuxedos -- I didn't want his owner to find him -- The cats who had been shot -- Sad farewells -- The pet I've never petted -- Living with wildlife -- My life changed forever -- I bailed him out, and then he bit me -- Short stays -- The poacher -- Throwaway cat -- Breaking my own rule -- Many surprises -- I wonder what's next?
    Summary: 
    A mother cat and her kittens, shot with a pellet gun. A poacher illegally stalking a bear. Peg Kehret tells these true stories and more as she invites readers into her life on a small wildlife sanctuary. She writes about animal rescue while providing facts about the animals and birds she meets. Mrs. Kehret also shares the tragedy of her husband's sudden death, and the pain of losing Pete, the shelter cat who co-authored three of her books. Written with honesty, heart, and humor, Animals Welcome is a personal glimpse into the life of an author who loves animals, and the philosophy by which she lives.
    Audience: 
    950 Lexile.
    Lexile Measure: 
    950
    Accelerated Reader Level: 
    6.0
    AR Interest Level: 
    MG: Middle Grades (4-8)
    Reading Counts Level: 
    7.4
    RC Interest Level: 
    3-5
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