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I Wanna Iguana
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Publisher:  Paw Prints Press ISBN-10:  1584780096 Type: 


Copyright:  May 1 2001

A whinsical story of a boy who tries his best to convinece his parents to let him have a pet.

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If you have ever wanted a pet so badly you would do almost anything to convince your parents that you will clean up after it and feed it and take care of it, this is the book for you. We all remember the efforts in which we begged and begged to have that puppy or kitten, well in this case the boy in the story wants what he sees as a absolutley huge Iguana. We are talking dinosaur size lizard. The antics they get into while he is doing his best to make his parents beleive that he will do his very best to care for this bohemoth are heart warming. The full color illustrations are hilarious and filled with great imagery.


Iguanas are educational! When my class has show and tell days, I could bring my iguana to class.
Angela is a girl in my class. She has two iguanas. Her iguanas are babies right now. She says they will grow to be very large. She likes to let them sit on her head.

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Midwest Book Review
When a little boy decides he wants an iguana for a pet, he uses his vividly delightful imagination to dream of what he and his new pet will do. I Wanna Iguana is a colorfully illustrated picture book, sure to delight young children, whether their parents read it to them or they read it to themselves. The little boy's dream pet is talented and humorous, taking off to outer space and reading comics. The drawings are laugh-out-loud funny, the prose amusing to adults and children alike. The last few pages of the book include instructions on the care and feeding of iguanas, for those kids who tell their own parents, "I wanna iguana!" I would definitely recommend this book for young grade-school children, and, of course, anyone who loves iguanas.

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