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Stella / McCall Hoyle.

Hoyle, McCall, (author.).

Summary:

Stella used to be a bomb-sniffing dog, but after a terrible accident, she goes to live on a small family farm to recover from her fear of loud noises.
As a puppy, Stella was trained to use her powerful beagle nose to sniff out dangerous chemicals and help her handler keep people safe. During a routine security inspection, Stella misses the scent of an explosive. The sound of the blast is loud and scary. Unable to go back to work because of her anxiety, Stella is retired as a working dog. A young girl named Cloe wants to adopt Stella, the beagle smells a strange chemical inside Cloe's body, a scent that surges just before the girl has a seizure. Stella's nose makes the connection, but how can Stella warn her new family. -- adapted from jacket

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781629729015
  • ISBN: 1629729019
  • Physical Description: 170 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Salt Lake City : Shadow Mountain, [2021]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 8-11. Shadow Mountain.
Grades 4-6. Shadow Mountain.
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader MG 5.0 5 5 512410
Subject: Dogs > Juvenile fiction.
Post-traumatic stress disorder > Juvenile fiction.
Beagle (Dog breed) > Juvenile fiction.
Epilepsy in children > Juvenile fiction.
Dogs > Therapeutic use > Juvenile fiction.
Service dogs > Juvenile fiction.
Human-animal relationships > Juvenile fiction.
Farm life > Juvenile fiction.

Available copies

  • 9 of 16 copies available at SPARK Libraries. (Show)
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Juniata County.

Holds

  • 2 current holds with 16 total copies.
Show Only Available Copies
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Juniata County Library J F HOY (Text)
Reason for purchase: Patron Requested
39640100687688 JUNM Juvenile Fiction New Checked Out 06/27/2024


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