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Discovered! a Beagle Called Bella
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Wendy Orr has written more than two dozen children's books, including the first four books in the Rainbow Street Shelter series; Mokie and Bik; Ark in the Park; and Nim's Island. She lives with her family in Australia, near the sea.


Patricia Castelao was born in the rainy Santiago de Compostela, so she spent a lot of time drawing at home as a child. All that drawing led to her work on the Rainbow Street Shelter series and many other wonderful illustration projects.

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Praise for "Lost! A Dog Called Bear"

"The story will thus appeal to fans of pet fiction as well as those who love happy endings to sad stories." --"BCCB"

"The believable plot and inherent suspense will keep readers turning the pages of this fine addition to early chapter books." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Orr has a way with words and dialogue that brings this story to life. . . . A promising start for the Rainbow Street Shelter series." --"Booklist"

Praise for "Mokie & Bik"

"A wonderful stupendously blunderful read aloud: full of delicious word play that will delight listeners, with art reminiscent of Edward Ardizzone." --Ellen Fader, Youth Services Coordinator, Multnomah County Library and ALSC Immediate Past President

"This set of splishy-splashy episodes will itself draw waggles from easy-reader graduates and read-aloud audiences in general." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Orr's colorful use of language brings energy to the story. The many crosshatch drawings are often graceful and always appealing. A lively, unusual choice for young readers." --"School Library Journal"


The story will thus appeal to fans of pet fiction as well as those who love happy endings to sad stories. "BCCB on Lost! A Dog Called Bear"

The believable plot and inherent suspense will keep readers turning the pages of this fine addition to early chapter books. "Kirkus Reviews on Lost! A Dog Called Bear"

Orr has a way with words and dialogue that brings this story to life. . . . A promising start for the Rainbow Street Shelter series. "Booklist on Lost! A Dog Called Bear"

A wonderful stupendously blunderful read aloud: full of delicious word play that will delight listeners, with art reminiscent of Edward Ardizzone. "Ellen Fader, Youth Services Coordinator, Multnomah County Library and ALSC Immediate Past President on Mokie & Bik"

This set of splishy-splashy episodes will itself draw waggles from easy-reader graduates and read-aloud audiences in general. "Kirkus Reviews on Mokie & Bik"

Orr's colorful use of language brings energy to the story. The many crosshatch drawings are often graceful and always appealing. A lively, unusual choice for young readers. "School Library Journal on Mokie & Bik""


The story will thus appeal to fans of pet fiction as well as those who love happy endings to sad stories. BCCB on Lost! A Dog Called Bear

The believable plot and inherent suspense will keep readers turning the pages of this fine addition to early chapter books. Kirkus Reviews on Lost! A Dog Called Bear

Orr has a way with words and dialogue that brings this story to life. . . . A promising start for the Rainbow Street Shelter series. Booklist on Lost! A Dog Called Bear

A wonderful stupendously blunderful read aloud: full of delicious word play that will delight listeners, with art reminiscent of Edward Ardizzone. Ellen Fader, Youth Services Coordinator, Multnomah County Library and ALSC Immediate Past President on Mokie & Bik

This set of splishy-splashy episodes will itself draw waggles from easy-reader graduates and read-aloud audiences in general. Kirkus Reviews on Mokie & Bik

Orr's colorful use of language brings energy to the story. The many crosshatch drawings are often graceful and always appealing. A lively, unusual choice for young readers. School Library Journal on Mokie & Bik

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"The story will thus appeal to fans of pet fiction as well as those who love happy endings to sad stories." --BCCB on Lost! A Dog Called Bear

"The believable plot and inherent suspense will keep readers turning the pages of this fine addition to early chapter books." --Kirkus Reviews on Lost! A Dog Called Bear

"Orr has a way with words and dialogue that brings this story to life. . . . A promising start for the Rainbow Street Shelter series." --Booklist on Lost! A Dog Called Bear

"A wonderful stupendously blunderful read aloud: full of delicious word play that will delight listeners, with art reminiscent of Edward Ardizzone." --Ellen Fader, Youth Services Coordinator, Multnomah County Library and ALSC Immediate Past President on Mokie & Bik

"This set of splishy-splashy episodes will itself draw waggles from easy-reader graduates and read-aloud audiences in general." --Kirkus Reviews on Mokie & Bik

"Orr's colorful use of language brings energy to the story. The many crosshatch drawings are often graceful and always appealing. A lively, unusual choice for young readers." --School Library Journal on Mokie & Bik

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