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Zack Files 01: Great-Grandpa's in the Litter…

Zack Files 01: Great-Grandpa's in the Litter Box

by Dan Greenburg

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This series is a lot of fun and has been extremely popular with my students. Zack's character is really sweet, and the situations he gets into are truly unique. ( )
  Mathew-w | Sep 8, 2012 |
Zack's 'Great-Grandpa' was a cat!! At a first, Zack didn't believed that, but the cat can talk and he tells many many things when he was Zack's Great-Grandpa to Zack, then he believed him. And also Zack's Dad. But Zack's Grandmother cannot believe it, because if the cat is right then the cat was her father!! ( )
  yahn | Sep 30, 2010 |
Lexile: 570
Reading Recovery: 21
DRA: 28
Fountas Pinnel Guided Reading: M
  mr.crunkleton | Aug 24, 2007 |
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Zack takes home from the local animal shelter a scruffy tomcat who not only talks but claims to be the reincarnation of Zack's Great-Grandpa Julius.

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