Snakes Don't Miss Their MotherseBook - 2013
The residents of Critters animal shelter are all looking for a home There are many creatures at Critters, an animal-rescue facility, who are waiting for a home. Irving, a twelve-year-old part–German shorthaired pointer, loves to watch the soaps and has been living at Critters so long he believes it is his home. Placido, on the other hand, has no problem finding new homes—but with his bad habits, the cat is always back within twenty-four hours. Goldie the Labrador retriever is new at the shelter, and he’s homesick for his last owners. Marshall, the black-and-yellow king snake who never knew his mother, doesn’t think he’s lovable enough to be adopted. But eleven-year-old Walter Splinter doesn’t agree: He wants Marshall to be his. Featuring an array of endearing talking animals, Snakes Don’t Miss Their Mothers is a fun, heartfelt story for every young animal lover.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Open Road Media, 2013.
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (195 pages).