• Puppy Place #9: Pugsley

  • By: Ellen Miles
  • Narrated by: Aliza Foss
  • Length: 1 hr and 17 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Puppy Place #9: Pugsley

By: Ellen Miles
Narrated by: Aliza Foss
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Publisher's Summary

Lizzie and Charles Peterson love puppies. Even though they finally have their very own puppy, Buddy, Lizzie still can't get enough time with dogs. She helps her Aunt Amanda at her doggie day care center as often as she can. At the doggie day care, Lizzie meets a pesky but lovable pug named Pugsley. Pugsley is adorable, but he didn't earn the nickname Mr. Pest for nothing and his owners decide he's too much of a handful to keep! Will Lizzie figure out how to get Pugsley to behave and find him a forever home?

©2008 Ellen Miles (P)2008 Scholastic Audio

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  • 01-18-21

So cute.

This story was adorable. I love how The reader said what the puppy was thinking or saying