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Petropolis by Suzanne Santoro Whayne
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The family thinks their pets do nothing all day! This is a tale of Max the dog stepping through his pet door into a technicolor city inhabited solely by animals in a parallel universe.
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While Max's family is gone, the little dog uses his new pet door to go outside and finds himself in Petropolis, where pets wear clothes, visit art museums, and watch movies while sitting on the furniture.

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