Grump Goldfish is Andy's fish, but Andy is going away for the summer and has no one to take care of Grump. He searches for someone to help but can't find anyone. Andy is worried what will happen to Grump if he can't find a home for her. Grump is scared to stay anywhere else but Andy's room. Andy explains to Grump that he is going to find a better home for her. He discovers a small pool in the Little Creek behind his house. The guppies and tadpoles in the little pool invite him to bring Grump there for a swim to see if she would like to stay there. After a good talk Grump agrees to take a swim in the little pool by the creek. She ends up loving her new home and makes friends with the guppies and tadpoles.
Arthur Cheney Train, also called Arthur Chesney Train, was an American lawyer and legal thriller writer, particularly known for his novels of courtroom intrigue and the creation of the fictional lawyer Mr Ephraim Tutt.
This is a practical guide to caring for your pet, in step-by-step photographs. Ideal for 5- to 9-year-olds, this delightful book will show young readers how to get the most out of being a thoughtful and responsible pet owner. It is packed with essential information and advice, from choosing the right goldfish and preparing a home for it, to feeding it and keeping it healthy. Children will be able to get to grips with the technical aspects of looking after fish, all demonstrated in more than 60 easy-to-follow pictures. There is more to keeping a goldfish than just providing it with a good home. Owning even the smallest pet is a big responsibility - but an enjoyable one. This fascinating book is a useful and accessible guide for young animal lovers on how best to care for their pet. It will tell them all they need to know about the different varieties that are available - from the exotic oranda to the weird and wonderful bubble-eye - where to buy them, when and what to feed them, and which is the best tank to use. Practical guidance is complemented by over 60 detailed photographs showing how to clean and maintain the tank, and even how to keep goldfish outdoors, making this the only book a junior fish keeper will ever need.