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    I, Freddy: Book One in the Golden Hamster Saga

    I, Freddy: Book One in the Golden Hamster Saga

    by Dietlof Reiche and Joe Cepeda

    Freddy is dissatisfied with his monotonous treadmill life at the pet store. He endures countless indignities in order to get himself adopted so he can lead a more civilized life. After a series of funny misadventures (including encounters with a fierce tomcat & 2 guinea pigs who speak in Shakespearean couplets) he teaches himself to read & write & pens a witty & heartwarming autobiography a/b his journey towards self-improvement. Written in jaunty, fast-paced prose w/ deadpan humor & hilarious plot turns, this brilliant novel & the irresistible Freddy will win your heart on the first page.

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    I, Freddy

    I, Freddy

    by Dietlof Reiche and Joe Cepeda

    Freddy is no ordinary hamster. He's Mesocrietus auratus, a golden hamster of the hightest order. And as part of a superior breed, he'd sooner go into Eternal Hiberation than mindlessly waste his life in a pet shop! A great high-interest read.

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I, Freddy

Book One in the Golden Hamster Saga

Author: Dietlof Reiche

Illustrator: Joe Cepeda

Translator: John Brownjohn

Series: Golden Hamster Saga (Book #1)

Interest Level:
2-5

Lexile Framework:
710

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.7

Guided Reading Level:
O

Age:
7-10

Genre:
Comedy and Humor, Series

Subject:
Pets, Cleverness, Creativity and Imagination

About This Book

Freddy is not happy with his boring treadmill life at the pet store. He continually embarrasses himself in an attempt to get adopted. Freddy believes he will have a more civilized and exciting life as soon as he has a home.

After a series of funny misadventures (including encounters with a fierce tomcat and two guinea pigs who speak in Shakespearean couplets) he teaches himself to read and write. He then pens his witty and heartwarming autobiography that tells of his journey to self discovery.

A hamster has never been smarter or funnier in telling the tale of his exceptional life.


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