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Melissa's Octopus and Other Unsuitable Pets

by Charlotte Voake

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unsuitable pets - fun story ( )
  melodyreads | Oct 27, 2015 |
And the most unsuitable pet of all is ... Droll, absurd fun. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763674818, Hardcover)

Melissa, Thomas, Betty, and Arthur have one thing in common: extremely unsuitable pets! An exuberant book packed with visual humor.

There are certain animals that make suitable pets, like a cat, a dog, or a guinea pig. Then there are others that make, well, unusual pets, like an octopus, a warthog, or an elephant. They’re too large, too messy, and maybe a tad too free-spirited with a tendency to break things like tables, floors, and even ceilings. But can you guess what makes the most unsuitable pet ever?

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 24 Jul 2015 22:49:18 -0400)

"There are certain animals that make suitable pets, like a cat, a dog or a guinea pig. Then there are other animals that definitely make unsuitable pets, like an octopus, a warthog or an elephant. They are much too large, too messy and, well, just a tad free-spirited. They also have a tendency to break things...like floors, ceilings and tables. But can you guess what makes the most unsuitable pet ever? Here's a clue...he has a long, scaly green tail and very sharp teeth"--Publisher's website.… (more)

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