Ginger Pye

Ginger Pye

The disappearance of a new puppy named Ginger and the appearance of a mysterious man in a mustard yellow hat bring excitement into the lives of the Pye children....

Title:Ginger Pye
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780152025052
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    Ginger Pye Reviews

  • Julie

    A few years after my parents bought their very first house together, an entire lot of low-income apartment buildings went up on the other side of the canal behind our house.These apartment buildings b...

  • Hilary

    We loved this story about a family who loves and respects animals. Jerry wants a dog but he is worried about his cat's feelings, when he has made sure that he doesn't think his cat will mind he goes a...

  • Jen

    I read this because a couple friends and I are on a mission to read all the Newbery award winners, so I haven't read any of the other Pye books by Eleanor Estes. I mention that solely because I can't ...

  • Andrea

    This is a pretty old book, had they not heard of excitement yet when this was written? It's a boring story with a drawn out plot. In a word, Bleck. I will give Estes that the characters, all of them, ...

  • Betsy

    I really wanted to like this book, but unfortunately, I found it to be quite slow. I will not read more of the series. 2 stars...

  • Lia T.

    If there was an option to give this book one and a half stars, that would have been the rating I'd choose. When I read the back of this book, I thought Ginger (the main dog) was going to be a hero or ...

  • Davis

    I have finished it. The book that was responsible for a week and a half of cringes, groans, sighs, and fist-banging. Seriously, I'm not exaggerating when I say this is the worst book I've read in my l...

  • Cheryl

    Not my very favorite Cranbury story (that would have to be The Middle Moffat), but excellent and recommended. Funny and timeless. Discussed in the Newbery Club: Steve, I agree: The episodes with Rache...

  • Jonathan

    This might be the last Newbery I read (okay probably not because I have a mission to read them all and I'm not a quitter) because I am totally OUTRAGED by this book. This mangled, sidetracking, lack o...

  • Michael Fitzgerald

    I avoided this book, thinking it one of those dog stories (and I've read far too many of those - Terhune, et al.). But in this, the dog is absent for probably half the book or more! And even when he's...