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My Pet Cloud
This title covers these subjects: Pets -- Fiction., Clouds -- Fiction.
My Pet Cloud
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My Pet Cloud

Max wants a pet, and a pet cloud seems way better than a cat, dog, or fish. A cloud is clean, quiet, and doesn’t shed. How hard could it be to take care of a puffy cloud? Author Amanda Rawson Hill subtly blends lessons on responsibility, problem solving, and friendship with lots of humor for a unique approach to the typical pet story. The added science element provides the perfect combination of learning and fun in a picture book illustrated by Laia Arriols.

GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
Reading LevelGrades PreK-2
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
Lexile LevelAD610L
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherCapstone Editions
BrandCapstone Editions
Page Dimensions8" x 10"
Page Count32
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Kirkus Reviews

"A young boy is on cloud nine when he finds the perfect pet, but he is quickly brought down to earth. . . .This fantastical take on the child-pet bond is sweet…" - Kirkus Reviews

January 1, 2022

Booklist - Connie Fletcher

"This book uses comic illogic to show how difficult, but rewarding, getting and caring for a pet can be. In this case, the pet is a rescue cloud. Young Max has a mother who is absolutely opposed to his having a pet on account of noise, mess, and animal hair. In a delightful ludicrous leap, Max takes home a small, cheerful-looking cumulus cloud he finds wandering close to the ground, thinking he’s found a completely noise-, mess-, and hair-free pet. . . .The illustrations match the text's whimsy, with the boy’s semicircles of hair repeated in the cloud and landscape. The “Rescue Clouds Ready for Adoption” section at book’s end is a fun way to inform readers about other types of clouds." - Booklist

February 1, 2022