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Obi: Gerbil on a Mission (Obi, Gerbil on the Loose)

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There's a new puppy at Obi the gerbil's house, and he's bigger, furrier, and more slobbery than Obi. And he's getting all the attention.But when the puppy runs away, Obi feels it's her duty to bring him back. So off she goes, on a mission filled with obstacles from a hungry owl to a giant dog to snarky cats. But with perseverance and pluck, Obi is able to bring the puppy s ...more
Kindle Edition, 205 pages
Published April 12th 2012 by Puffin (first published April 1st 2012)
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DELANEY, M.C. Obi: Gerbil on a Mission. 199p. Dial. May 2012. ISBN: 978-0-8037-3727-3. $16.99. F.

Gr 3-5
Sweet Obi the Gerbil is back with an all new animal cast in this fast paced sequel. Rachel gets a puppy for her birthday and Obi is burning with envy when Rachel gives the puppy Obi’s name! The jealous gerbil wants to get rid of Kenobi once and for all and shows the pup how to get outside. Obi realizes she’s made a huge mistake when Kenobi doesn’t return that night or the following day. Summoni
Christine Rains
Sep 26, 2015 Christine Rains rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The second fun book in the children's series about a gerbil named Obi. My five and a half year old son loves these books. This one had a lot more adventure than the first because Obi goes outside the house. My son has a stuffed dog he's named Kenobi after the puppy in this story. Kenobi is truly a puppy in every way and it's funny to read the voice for him. We're on to the third book already!
Cathy Blackler
An independent reader/beginning chapter book text that is second in a series. The pet antics & situations may appeal to young readers. I would have enjoyed it more, I think, if Obi, the protagonist, was also the narrator. The third person voice feels disjointed.
Nov 15, 2013 Sydney rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
i like the part when Rachel gets a new gerbil at the end.
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