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Pet Trouble Book Reviews

Courtesy Of Pet Trouble
T. T. Sutherland And Sunshine

Series: Pet Trouble
Titles: Runaway Retriever, Loudest Beagle On The Block, Mud-Puddle Poodle and Bulldog Won’t Budge
Author: T. T. Sutherland
Ages: 8-13


The Pet Trouble series of books by author T. T. Sutherland is all about dogs who just can’t seem to behave themselves! The hilarious books in this series relates the sometimes-complicated love-not-quite-hate-but-close relationship lots of kids have with their pets.


Book #1: Runaway Retriever


Parker's new golden retriever Merlin is a guy's best friend, with tons of energy for walks and playing catch. And Merlin clearly thinks Parker is the best thing since rawhide bones. There’s just one problem. Merlin is an escape artist. No fence is too high, no cage too strong to keep him from following Parker everywhere he goes. Can Parker make Merlin sit – and stay?


Book #2: Loudest Beagle On The Block


Ella spends all her time inside, practicing her music for the school talent show. But with her new beagle, Trumpet, she's starting to make new friends and see a whole world away from the piano bench. There’s just one problem. Every time Ella starts to sing, Trumpet howls. Loudly. If Ella doesn't lose her canine costar, she doesn't stand a chance at the show – but can tone-deaf Trumpet tone it down?


Book #3: Mud-Puddle Poodle


When she finally gets a dog of her own, Rosie knows it’s going to be perfect – unlike everything else in her chaotic house with four crazy brothers. There’s just one problem. Buttons hates her fancy dog pillow, but she loves a good, dirty pile of leaves! Rosie’s new pet is her complete opposite. Can she ever learn to live with this mess of a dog?


Book #4: Bulldog Won’t Budge


Eric has always wanted a dog. So when a bulldog named Meatball is abandoned at his mother’s veterinarian office, Eric is sure it’s fate – he can give Meatball a new home! There’s just one problem. Meatball is stubborn. And slow. Eric wants to go to the park and play fetch, but Meatball likes to lie in the grass and drool. Is there anything Eric can do to get this bulldog to budge?

Book Site

The Pet Trouble series, about dogs who just can’t behave, has its very own website, too! Check it out at www.pet-trouble.com. The site includes all the Pet Trouble books (plus excerpts!), an author bio for T. T. Sutherland, answers to all your pet questions by Sunshine, the author’s dog, Sunshine’s Friends photo gallery, where you can send in a picture of your own adorable pet, games and quizzes and loads of links to other pet-related sites. Check it out !

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