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Freddy to the Rescue by Dietlof Reiche

Freddy to the Rescue (2000)

by Dietlof Reiche

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Series: Golden Hamster Saga (3)

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Freddy, der lesende und schreibende Hamster, hört durch Interanimal (eine Art tierische Telepathie) einen durchdringenden Hilfeschrei: 'Hilfe! Der Hamstermörder!'. Sofort mobilisiert er seine tierischen und menschlichen Mitbewohner (Sir William, ein schwarzer Kater, Enrico & Caruso, zwei Komiker-Meerschweine und Master John, der Versorger), um die Artgenossen zu retten. Zusammen mit Lisa, der Freundin von Master John und den Kornwölfen, einer Gruppe von Naturschützern, versuchen sie zu verhindern, dass eine Kolonie von Feldhamstern dem Bau einer Autofabrik zum Opfer fällt.
Wer schon immer mal wissen wollte wie Hamster Gottesdienste feiern, zwei Meerschweine Planierraupe und Fahrer spielen und adlige Haustiere miteinander kommunizieren, ist mit diesem Buch bestens bedient. (Unter uns: So groß sind die Unterschiede gar nicht zwischen Tier und Mensch :-))
Ein richtig schönes, witziges und auch spannendes Kinderbuch, denn: Edel sei der Hamster, hilfreich und gut. Doch muss er beissen - dann bis auf's Blut. Auch für Erwachsene geeignet :-) ( )
  Xirxe | Dec 2, 2014 |
Freddy is a golden hamster of the highest order. As part of a superior breed, he'd sooner go into Eternal Hibernation than waste his life in a pet shop. With the conviction of the brilliant, he sets out on a daring quest for freedom, literacy, and a more dignified existence. ( )
  dgadkins88 | Nov 24, 2009 |
Lexile: 790
Reading Recovery: 26
DRA: 40
  mr.crunkleton | Aug 30, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439531586, Paperback)

In the third installment of the increasingly popular Golden Hamster Saga, Freddy is not only an author, but also a hero. It is a grand adventure -- as only Freddy Auratus can write it!

For Freddy Auratus, being civilized comes with responsibilities. So when he learns that a colony of endangered field hamsters is at risk, he takes action. But it's Freddy's own life -- and his most valuable secret -- that is put in jeopardy when, along with a wise tomcat and a pair of guinea pig poets (turned Opera divas), he takes on City Hall (and some bulldozers). Will Freddy's hamsteritarian mission be his last?

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In his continuing adventures, Freddy, a golden hamster who can read and write, joins his animal and human friends to save a colony of endangered field hamsters from being killed when an automobile plant is constructed on their land.

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