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0062292617
ISBN-13:
9780062292612
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Two Girls Want a Puppy

Two Girls Want a Puppy

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Overview

Based on a true story about two sisters and their creative plan to adopt a puppy.

Cadence and Emi desperately want a puppy. But their dad isn't quite sure they're ready for all that responsibility. With a little determination and a brilliant plan, the girls show their dad that they are ready to adopt one. After all, they are super persistent, responsible, smart, and creative! Brought to life by Maple Lam's charming illustrations, this adorable picture book about two girls who want to adopt a puppy will delight young readers.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062292612
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 06/30/2015
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 9.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Ryan and Evie Cordell live near Boston, Massachusetts, with their five children. Their two daughters, Cadence and Emerson, inspired this story when they posted a picture online about wanting a puppy and got nearly four million "likes" on Facebook. When they're not writing picture books, Ryan teaches American literature at Northeastern University and Evie is a photographer.


Maple Lam is a little sister, claims to be number one, and causes no trouble at all—just like the little sister in this book.

She loved drawing pictures and writing stories when she was young, and she loves it even more today.

Maple lives in Southern California with her family. This is the first book she has written and illustrated.


Ryan and Evie Cordell live near Boston, Massachusetts, with their five children. Their two daughters, Cadence and Emerson, inspired this story when they posted a picture online about wanting a puppy and got nearly four million "likes" on Facebook. When they're not writing picture books, Ryan teaches American literature at Northeastern University and Evie is a photographer.

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