Zipper (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Puppy Place)

Zipper (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Puppy Place)

Language: English

Pages: 96

ISBN: 060636059X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Welcome to the Puppy Place--where every puppy finds a home! Charles and Lizzie Peterson love puppies. Their family fosters these young dogs, giving them love and proper care, until they can find the perfect forever home. Lizzie meets this sweet, athletic hound mix during another wintertime visit to Vermont, where her family met and fostered Bear. Based on Ellen Miles's new dog, Zipper!

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her hands were so cold they hurt. Her feet were past hurting. They were numb, like blocks of ice, and her nose was freezing. And running. She wiped at it with a wet glove and realized that her eyes were running, too. She was crying. She hadn’t cried when she fell and hurt her wrist. She hadn’t cried when the ski patrollers moved it to put the splint on. She hadn’t cried when she thought about how far away from home she was, without her mom or dad. But she couldn’t help it anymore. She squatted

with long picnic-style tables. Huge windows looked out onto the ski trails. Seconds after Mr. Santiago had tapped the bell at the reception desk, a small dark-haired woman bustled out of the office. “Ah, you’re here,” she said. She rushed over to give hugs to all the Santiagos, including Simba. “And this must be Lizzie. Welcome! I’m Annie. And you have” — she peered over her half-glasses at the puppy whose leash Lizzie held — “Zipper with you.” She knelt right down to give Zipper a hug and a

back his chair. “As a matter of fact, I wanted to talk to you all about that. I need to start training seriously with Digger. I’m realizing that I just don’t have time to deal with Zipper as well, at least until after the race. In fact, I’m not sure he’s really cut out for skijoring at all.” He leaned down to scratch Zipper’s head. “He’s a sweet guy, and I like him a lot, but I may have to think about finding him another home permanently. I’m pretty busy with my racing dogs, and I don’t really

show you how to put it back on.” Lizzie nodded. She had walked dogs who liked to pull before. “I’ll bring by some of his food tomorrow,” Dillon said. “For tonight, maybe Sofie will share some of hers.” He stood up and yawned. “Thanks for dinner, Uncle Josef and Aunt Annie. Love that meat loaf. I hate to eat and run, but I’m in training and I need my sleep.” “I just have to ask one thing before you go,” Lizzie said. She couldn’t wait a moment longer to find out the answer to the question that

sliding uphill. It was sliding downhill that she wasn’t so sure about. But when they got off the lift, Maria showed her how to stand on her snowboard and how to balance. Before she knew it, Lizzie was sailing down the slight incline. She shifted her weight and the board turned, just as Maria had said it would. Finally, she came to a stop near the bottom of the trail. She turned to Maria. “That was a blast!” she said. “Let’s do it again!” “I told you,” said Maria. “You’re a natural.” They

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