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How to Steal a Dog - 2007 publication.

Book Description
How to Steal a Dog - 2007 publication. was written by Barbara O'Connor and Jane O'Connor. How to Steal a Dog - 2007 publication. was published by Farrar, StrausGiroux,2007.
Book Information
PublisherFarrar, StrausGiroux,2007
BindingHardcover (13 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date/2007
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About Barbara O'Connor (Author) : Barbara O'Connor writes novels for children in grades 3 to 6, including HOW TO STEAL A DOG (Farrar, Straus & Giroux/Frances Foster; 2007). Others include FAME AND GLORY IN FREEDOM, GEORGIA, MOONPIE AN... more
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About Jane O'Connor (Author) : New York Times bestselling author Jane O'Connor started writing Dangerous Admissions, just published in August of 2007, after she and her husband dropped their younger son off at his freshman dorm. Wi... more
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12/3/2011 Allison Hunter-Frederick said:
How to Steal a Dog by Barbara O'Connor surprised me, not simply because it covered serious subjects of separation, homelessness, and theft, but also because of how Barbara O’Connor tackled issues. Dark problems are not often explored in children’s books. When they are, they rarely feel so real t... more

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10/7/2009 Sharon Koontz said: 2146086
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5/21/2008 Julie Bowe tagged as: I recommend

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2/21/2008 Carmela Martino said:
I have to admit, I had a hard time getting into this book. I think it was because the premise was so sad: a girl, her younger brother and mom living in a car because they can't afford an apartment. But the book turned out to have a few surprises, and I ended up enjoying it more than I expected. I th... more

tags: I read

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12/9/2007 Angela Goughnour tagged as: Inspired me

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11/5/2007 jama rattigan said: A unique premise and an accessible main character make this book a good read!
tags: I recommend, I read

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7/27/2007 Barbara O'Connor tagged as: I Read, I wrote

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