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I Need a Snake by Lynne Jonell
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I Need a Snake

by Lynne Jonell

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A little boy desperately wants a snake ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0698118340, Paperback)

Robbie doesn't just want a snake, Robbie needs a snake. But Robbie's mother won't allow a snake in the house. She will let him look at snakes, though, and together they look at snakes in books, snakes at the museum, even snakes at the pet store. And after all that looking, Robbie finds a creative way to get his very own snake-and keep his mother happy.

"Will win the applause of the many children who have unsuccessfully begged for a pet."-School Library Journal, starred review

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A young boy really wants a snake of his own, and after his mother reads a book about snakes and takes him to a museum and a pet store to see some, he finds his own pet "snakes" around the house.

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