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My Mum and the Hound From Hell by Meg Harper
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My Mum and the Hound From Hell

by Meg Harper

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0745947999, Paperback)

This is the final episode in Meg Harper's popular and very funny series. When 13-year-old Kate's family adopt the pet of an emigrating neighbor, they haven't a clue what they've let themselves in for. In addition to the resulting slapstick humor (particularly on the part of disaster-prone Mum) there is plenty of teen angst. The plot gives an opportunity for readers to look at issues such as selfishness, love, and responsibility in a light-hearted yet thought-provoking way.

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Karen predicts trouble when her mom adopts a friendly but badly behaved dog. Rover causes chaos wherever he goes.

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