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A Hairy Tail (The Hairy Tail Series Book 1) by [Campbell, Jamie]
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  • File Size: 683 KB
  • Print Length: 39 pages
  • Publication Date: March 10, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BS2VJM2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,937 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is an outstanding book! It's about a bond between animals and humans. I would definitely recommend it!! I hope there is a sequel to this!!
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Don’t take my rating as a bad 2.5, A Hairy Tail was a decent read, which is why it received a 2.5.

The main character is Hannah and she was kind of cool. She was more interested in school and homework and schedules than summer parties and wildness, which I respected. There was actual no obvious character development from what I could see, but that was fine. Mostly because there was no need for development, it wasn’t a thirty-two chapter novel about a teenager who finds herself. It was about down-to-earth Hannah who finds something to do while she wants for the last ninety-three days of summer to end. There wasn’t much to her, since, again, this wasn’t a long novel, but it was enough.

I think what I didn’t like of anything was Hannah’s mother, Coco. I didn’t appreciate that Coco was almost shaming Hannah for not liking the party scene. Multiple times she asks or tells Hannah that she isn’t normal or not doing what normal teenagers do by not enjoying parties. I have known teenagers who don’t appreciate the party part of life and it wasn’t as abnormal and unimaginable as Coco made it seem.

The romance was surprisingly subtle. I thought that this was a romance story so I had expected a lot more of the romance aspect, but the ending was cute. Would I recommend A Hairy Tail? I don’t see why not. If you have an hour of your time that you won’t feel guilty about spending on a book, definitely go for it.
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Hannah loved school and was bored without it—just like me! Her mother told her to get out of the house and get a summer job; she finds one at an animal shelter.

Washing grungy, filthy mutts didn’t sound too appealing to Hannah…until she sets eyes on Harry, the cutest guy at the shelter. Perhaps this wouldn’t be so bad after all. But Harry isn’t the only one that has captured her heart; a stray dog named Basil also has a leash to it. Suddenly, Hannah makes it her mission to find the dog’s family.

The story is centered on Hannah finding Basil’s family. Hannah is a cute, clumsy teen most of us can relate to. And what was up with Hannah’s mom wanting her kid to be a party girl? Doesn’t she know that she’s not like that? Most parents would’ve loved that! Like Hannah said, “what’s so great about being normal?”

This is an adorable love story with a “Cinderella” ending. Great for romance and animal lovers!

My only issue was that it was too short.
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I enjoyed this story! It was such a cool and endearing type of story. These two teenage volunteers come to reuniting a dog who had been separated from his family for three months.
Also how a fifteen year old shy girl finds a special friend? I recommend this great dog ebook for anyone young to older adult who loved to read short great stores like this. And so for these reasons I feel it needs five stars,too! I received this ebook for free and now have finished reading it and given it an honest review! Great work Jamie! By Angela L. I would like to be one of your beta readers, Jamie! I just need free review copy-Ies) and know if just Amazon and Goodreads is good enough to have a review on for each ebook? Email: Jesuslittlelambkin@icloud.com or contact me on Goodreads,ok? Please? I love reading animal stories and books like yours Jamie! Thanks!
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One of the few books my daughter actually read non stop... out of all the books a have to fight with her to read for school, this one she read happily and wants the sequel...
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I truly enjoyed reading this short story about introducing teens to charitable activities during time away from school. Such is 15-year old Hannah, starting her summer vacation with nothing to look forward to like other kids. It was 93 days ... long days ... before the chaotic business of going back to school. Her mom, Coco, encourages her to get outside and try to have some fun, maybe find a job. At the local supermarket, Hannah scanned the advertisements for jobs. She finds an old, tattered flyer from the local animal shelter looking for volunteers. She took the flyer and rides her bicycle to the Mapleton Animal Rescue Center. She is a little hesitant as her dream career was being a scientist; animals really were not her thing. Yes, they still needed volunteers and she was to put in a four-hour shift the next day. Her first chore was to learn how to bathe dogs. She started with the smaller feistier dogs thinking they'd be easier to handle, but they weren't. The last dog she bathed was a large dog with big brown sad eyes who refused to move off the floor. So she picks him up and carries him to the tub where the dog just sits in the water, hardly blinking. Speaking aloud, she wonders what kind of life the dog has had. An attractive young man, about her own age, replies to her question, "His name is Basil and he's been here for three months." Harry continues the chat by letting her know that all new volunteers start out by washing the dogs, then leaves her to continue her clean-up chores. The next day was a fun day taking all the dogs out to the fenced area of green grass where they can romp and play. She takes Basil out, but Basil doesn't play. He just lays on the grass. Hannah soon realizes that Basil is not looking for a new home, he's looking for he old home.Read more ›
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