Y2K-9: The Dog Who Saved the World

Y2K-9: The Dog Who Saved the World

by Todd Strasser


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ISBN-13: 9780439142472
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 12/28/1999
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 5.31(w) x 7.59(h) x 0.38(d)
Lexile: 600L (what's this?)

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Y2K-9 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought the book was great because it told the world animals are intelligent. The dog is a spy that uses the internet at night and he saves the world with his buddies.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I saw this book I thought it looked kinda stupied.But after I bought it and started reading it turned out to one of the best books I ever read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
No one would suspect a person in a loveing family would be a secret agent. Especilly if it was a dog??? It s all up to Byte. Byte is a retired AIA agent. It is almost Y2K and threats are coming in like crazy. Now it is up to Byte to save the world from a total sewege clog. He has some fellow agents but they aren't what they chocked up to be. If you like animal fiction books this is for you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is about a dog named Byte who was a former AIA agent. But there is something else unusual about him he can type on a computer. One day he was in his own private chat room with his friends,Buffhunk,Richgurl,and Foxybabe. Then a urgent email from Lassie(Byte's AIA trainer)asked him for help.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a hiliarious novel about a really smart dog and some conputer nerds. I loved it! very supspenseful
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hey all you dog lovers out there are you looking for some excitement, well have I got news for you!!! There¿s a book at your local library with your name on it even if you don¿t like to read your going to love what I¿m about tell you!!! Byte is just a normal house dog, or at least that¿s what his family the Barkley¿s think. You see Byte is really an ex-AIA agent who was put on retirement for being over the dog years age limit. He¿s been sneaking on the computer at night to talk with three other human ex-agents for a certain organization. Byte is slightly missing his career in the AIA but is enjoying his new life where he can just laze around all day, until he gets a urgent message from Lassie (one of his ex-human partners that was still with the AIA) that said she had to meet with him. Byte doesn¿t know what to do. I mean he is still upset about the whole retirement thing but she said that it was a matter of life or death! It¿s only a few days until New Years and there has been a terrorist letter sent to the AIA. Lassie¿s superiors had told not to worry about it since there has been many others and it was probably fake, but she has a strong feeling about this one and Byte is the only one who can help her save the world, and he¿s got to do it by New Year¿s Eve. The terrorist¿s name¿Phlush. Byte decides to invite his friends into the AIA scandal hoping that they would be able to help him. Of course, when they finally meet, they don¿t recognize each other because their internet profiles are soooo off, but they manage. They have no leads and no guesses, well, at least not any that would make sense. All they got is a hunch that this has something to with a main system deep in the heart of the city, and if they don¿t do something about it soon people are going to suffer!!! While reading this book I was addicted to the dog jokes and on-going suspense, I think that this book is great for all ages since it¿s the perfect length, not too long and not too short¿ Can you solve the mystery before civilization ends as we know it! You¿ll ache with joy and excitement, you¿ll die of laughter, you¿ll burst with anticipation¿Don¿t give up on a great opportunity to read a great book, trust me or you¿ll be sorry!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one heck of a good book I read it in two days and it's 134 pages long that's how addictive it really is. I really love the dog, Byte. He rocks typing and useing the computer. The chatroom scenes are cool because it's a private chat. I think Richgurl is the funniest and the plot was great.