Project animal rescue

Alyssa Milano

Book - 2020

"Things are ruff for Hope Roberts. After learning that the local animal shelter might close, Hope decides to do whatever it takes to stop that from happening. Eastern Shore Animal Shelter is where Hope found her two furry best friends. It has to stay open so the other animals can find their fur-ever homes, too! But when the shelter moves up their last day, Hope knows she has to work fast. Can she rally enough support from her community to keep the shelter doors open?"--Page [4] of cove...r.

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Series
Milano, Alyssa. Hope ; 2.
Subjects
Genres
Animal fiction
Social problem fiction
Published
New York : Scholastic Inc 2020.
Language
English
Physical Description
189 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Audience
Ages 8-12.
Grades 4-6.
ISBN
9781338329414
1338329413
Main Author
Alyssa Milano (author)
Other Authors
Debbie Rigaud (author), Eric S. Keyes (illustrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

The Eastern Shore Animal Shelter is set to close its doors in just a few weeks, and sixth-grader Hope Roberts is determined to find a way to raise enough money to save the shelter where she adopted her two dogs; she is already working weekends at a doggyday-care site, but it does not seem like that will raise enough money--so Hope needs to come up with another plan to get the support the shelter needs.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

A sequel to Project Middle School finds 11-year-old Hope Roberts rallying community support when she learns that the local animal shelter from where she adopted her furry best friends is in danger of closing down. Co-written by the author of Truly Madly Royally. Simultaneous eBook. Illustrations.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

The local animal shelter might be closing -- and it's up to Hope Roberts to save it!Meet Hope Roberts. She's eleven years old, and she wants to be an astrophysicist. She loves swimming, Galaxy Girl comic books, and her two rescue dogs. Hope believes it's always a good day to champion a cause, defend an underdog, and save the future. And most of all, she believes in dreaming big. But though Hope seems super strong on the outside, there's another side of her, too. She's just a regular girl trying to survive middle school.In the second book in Alyssa Milano's funny and relatable middle-grade series, Hope decides to do whatever it takes to stop the local animal shelter from closing down. It's where she found her two furry best friends -- it has to stay open so the other animals there can find their fur-ever homes, too! But can Hope get the support she needs in time to keep the shelter doors open?Hope's relatability, kindness, empathy, and can-do attitude will inspire a generation of do-gooders. This new series is a response to the very palpable feeling that not only can young people save the world -- they will!