The No-Dogs-Allowed Rule
Ishan Mehra wants a dog, but his mother has a rule about dogs. (Guess what it is?) Ishan figures if he's helpful enough and does enough things right around the house, he can change her mind. Somehow, though, the right things seem to come out all wrong, whether it's making paratha for breakfast or repainting the hallway!
"Children will relate to his stubbornness and creativity as Ishan hunkers down and focuses on dog, dogs, dogs—to the point of driving his parents, neighbors, and extended family to distraction with his one-track mind and exploits." —School Library Journal
Kashmira Sheth was born in Bhavanger, Gujart, India, and immigrated to the United States at the age of seventeen. Her books for children and young adults include Blue Jasmine, Boys without Names, and The Keeping Corner. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
Carl Pearce lives in north Wales, and he enjoys watching films, reading books, and taking long walks along the beach with his camera. His books for children include The Silence Seeker and How to Save a Dragon.
|Grouped Work ID||4a289979-d279-4b1a-3021-31340184a239|
|Grouping Title||no dogs allowed rule|
|Grouping Author||kashmira sheth|
|Grouping Language||English (eng)|
|Last Grouping Update||2023-12-02 04:07:40AM|
|Last Indexed||2023-12-02 04:36:47AM|