Cat in the City
by Julie Salamon
As he tries to make his own way in New York City, a handsome stray cat that becomes known as Pretty Boy finds a series of temporary homes while learning that relying on others, and being relied upon, is a wonderful thing.
Class Pet Squad: Journey to the Center of Town
by Dan Yaccarino
Who do you think makes sure everyone gets back on the bus after a class trip? Who doesn't let the scenery in the school play accidentally fall over? Who fights off a gang of rampaging squirrels trying to steal chocolate pudding cups from the cafeteria? The class pet squad, that's who! And when a student leaves his beloved action figure behind in class, the Squad--a hamster, a turtle, a rabbit, and a chameleon--has to find a way to get it back to him, even if it means crossing paths with a dog or worse, a cat!
by Chris Hill
Lucky is a young red squirrel who was rescued from a hawk, and now must somehow make his home among the Cloudfoot clan of the larger, gray squirrels who live in the city park--and trouble is brewing for the rival gray squirrels known as the Northenders are planning an invasion.
Spring According to Humphrey
by Betty G. Birney
To Humphrey and the students at Longfellow School, spring seems impossibly late this year. Fortunately, planning a school Family Fun Night keeps the students (and classroom pets) busy as they look for signs of the changing seasons.
The Farmer's Llamas
by Martin Howard
When a mix-up at the auction leads to a surprise win, the Farmer brings his prize animals - a trio of llamas - home to the farm. Shaun is thrilled, but are the new residents a baaad influence? Based on a one-off, half-hour TV episode, this junior novel includes full-color stills from the special.
The Oval Office Escape
by Lindsey Leavitt
When Ava and Dean are sent to bring lunch to the mice who work in the Situation Room, they discover that the president's cat, Clover, is going to be spending a lot of time in the West Wing.
Yours Sincerely, Giraffe
by Megumi Iwasa
A giraffe that lives in Africa meets a pelican who is a mailman. Since the giraffe is bored, she sends a letter to the first animal the pelican can find on the other side of the horizon. The letter passes on to a seal who gives it to a penguin. He reads the letter and even though he does not understand it he writes back, and becomes the giraffe's pen pal. Although they do not know what each other looks like, the giraffe decides to meet her new friend disguised as a penguin!