Dog Day Afterschool (Crimebiters #3) by Tommy Greenwald

By Tommy Greenwald

simply what each crimebiting gang needs... a cat?!?!

No one fights crime tougher than the Crimebiters gang... and naturally my crime-fighting puppy, Abby. jointly, we’ve fought opposed to corruption on the planet of effortless institution activities or even stopped a local crime ring!

But now a duplicate of the ultimate math try out has been stolen, AND our neighborhood animal guard (where i discovered Abby!) is at risk of ultimate. as though that weren’t sufficient, Daisy has brought her new kitten, Purrkins, into the Crimebiters family members -- and everybody is aware that cats and canine struggle like... good, cats and canines!

Can 4 decided young children and squabbling pets come jointly to save lots of the day back? I’d say we now have a hairy stable chance.

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