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I, Freddy /

by Reiche, Dietlof; Cepeda, Joe [ill.]; Brownjohn, John.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Golden hamster saga bk. 1. Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2005Description: 201 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 0439283574 .Other title: Golden hamster saga. Book 1; Golden hamster saga. Book one.Subject(s): Middleberry List | Penmanship -- Juvenile fiction | Books and reading -- Juvenile fiction | Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Juvenile fiction | Pets -- Juvenile fiction | Hamsters -- Juvenile fiction | Golden hamster -- Juvenile fiction | Leveled reader | Accelerated ReaderSummary: Freddy is dissatisfied with his monotonous treadmill life at the pet store. He endures countless indignities in order to get himself adopted so he can lead a more civilized life--a life befitting a golden hamster. After encountering a tomcat and two guinea pigs who speak in Shakespearean couplets, Freddy teaches himself to read and write on a computer. He then pens an autobiography about his journey out of captivity and towards self-improvement.
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"First trade paperback printing, April 2005"--1st prelim. page.

Freddy is dissatisfied with his monotonous treadmill life at the pet store. He endures countless indignities in order to get himself adopted so he can lead a more civilized life--a life befitting a golden hamster. After encountering a tomcat and two guinea pigs who speak in Shakespearean couplets, Freddy teaches himself to read and write on a computer. He then pens an autobiography about his journey out of captivity and towards self-improvement.

Level S (yellow) ; Perma-Bound Guided Reading.

Middleberry / Accelerated reader ; 5.1 4.0

Translation of: Freddy, eim wildes Hamsterlebin (Beltz Verlag, 1988).

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