Amy and the Missing Puppy

Amy and the Missing Puppy Review

Introducing The Critter Club! Amy and her friends solve a canine caper in this start to a pet-friendly illustrated chapter book series.

It’s Spring Break in Santa Vista, and everyone has big plans...everyone except for Amy, that is! As her best friends head out of town on exciting adventures, Amy resigns herself to helping out at her mom’s vet clinic. At least she’ll be around cute animals! But when Santa Vista’s cold and elusive millionaire, Marge Sullivan, brings her puppy Rufus for a check-up, Amy encounters an unexpected mystery. After her friends return home, the girls get to the bottom of what happened to Rufus—and discover a way to help other lost and lonely animals in their town.

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Critter Club chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

Title:Amy and the Missing Puppy
Edition Language:English

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    Amy and the Missing Puppy Reviews

  • Tim The Enchanter

    This is the review of my 7 year old daughter, Sydney.Who was in this book: Amy, the main character and her friends Liz, Marion and Ellie. There are also the pets Ruffles the dog and Misty the Cat.Wher...

  • Josiah

    It's fun to imagine what it would be like if your mother were a veterinarian and you lived next-door to her clinic, helping her care for sick and injured animals every day. What girl who loves animals...

  • Joylynn

    I recently started reading chapter books to my 4 year old and, after reviewing several series, this was the first series I picked. We've gotten through 3.5 books in this series and haven't encountered...

  • Jody Lewandowski

    For kids ages 5-7 and they're playing MASH and talking about boyfriends - huh? Read this to my 5 year old, and the characters were unrelatable for the first few chapters. The missing puppy, however - ...

  • Katie

    What's with the game of MASH in a book written to be read by 2nd or 3rd graders? Luckily, that storyline goes nowhere and the mystery of finding a puppy takes over. Once the mystery begins, the story ...

  • Randomfish

    We read this in two nights as a bed-time story to five-year-old. She pronounced it "Let's read it again next week!" and "Can you buy the next one?" so I'd say it was a success. She enjoyed the picture...

  • Erin Buhr

    AMY AND THE MISSING PUPPY is the first book in the Critter Club Series. It is the story of a group of friends who help solve the mystery of a missing dog. I can't say I'm overwhelmed by the plot or th...

  • Carina

    My mom is starting to read chapter books to me (I'm five). This book was really cute - it was also possibly my first mystery book. Amy's friends all have fun plans for the summer, but she doesn't. She...

  • Shannon (Erin) Brown

    I read this to my 6 year old who is entering 1st grade. It is a cute book with a cute plot, however I do agree with some of the other reviews about the very beginning of the book, in the fact that it ...

  • Taryn

    My issue with this book is that it is at the right reading level for my first-grader (who is reading at a second-grade level) but the book's first scene includes some girls talking about a crush on a ...