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{Hide and Go Fetch: Kristin Earhart}Hide and Go Fetch by Kristin Earhart
Series: Puppy Powers
Published by Scholastic Press on October 21, 2014
Genres: Childrens, Fantasy
Pages: 101
Format: ARC
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – These puppies are magic!
Henry and his sister have a bad case of sibling rivalry. But one thing currently unites them: their quest for a puppy. Their teamwork is rewarded with the gift of Boo, an adorable dalmatian from Power's Pets.
But Boo is turning out to be an unusual dog. Like all puppies from the magical Power's Pets, Boo has a special trick up his collar!

{My thoughts} – Henry and Abby are two siblings that really want a dog, but they have issues getting along with one another. When they tell their mom that the only thing they agree on is the fact they want a dog she decides to give them a chance. She tells them if they can get along with one another for three days they will all sit down and have a “serious” discussion about them possibly getting a dog.

Henry is the last of his friends that help out at Power’s Pets to adopt a puppy. The only problem is that the puppy won’t be just his but also his sisters. They will have to share the puppy and learn how to get along for the puppy. They have their issues for siblings but all and all I would say it is normal brother sister stuff.

The two siblings have a Science Fair that they are doing projects for and Abby knows what Henry’s project is, but Henry doesn’t know Abby’s. He wants to know so bad that he uses Boo’s special trick – their puppy – to help him find out. All the puppies from Power’s Pets seem to have special tricks and each trick can only be done under great care. The real question is – Is Boo’s trick good or bad? And should the children use the trick or not use it? I suppose you will have to read the book to find out.

I think this is a great book for children that love animals. It is a great book for children that enjoy stories that allow them to use their imaginations. A great addition to any child or classroom bookshelf.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.