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Children's LiteratureMorgan is a nuisance. He begs. He takes food from Dad's plate. He knocks over the dinner table. He chews Mom's slippers, the couch pillows, and Amy's backpack. Morgan even howls when he's put in his pen. So, Mom and Dad decide to trade Morgan for a smaller dog, named Peanut. Peanut is not fun like Morgan. She sleeps all the time. Her hair is too short to braid. She doesn't knock over the dinner table. Peanut is not Morgan. One day, the phone rings. It is Peanut's former owners. They have adopted Morgan. Morgan misses his old family and he is coming for a visit. Morgan arrives and Peanut returns to his former owners. Morgan is no longer a puppy. So, he can stay. Morgan has come home. Dog lovers will enjoy this charming book. The charming illustrations and happy ending make it a read again and again book for young readers. 2004, Marshall Cavendish, Ages 4 to 8.