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Beware the wereWOOF! Meet Paco, a Chihuahua with the heart of a lion. Or, at least a dandelion ... All his Iife Paco has been made fun of for his size. Munchkin. Furry Fajita. Miniature Snoozer. So when his beloved goes missing, Paco does something a little loco. To get her back, he decides to transform himself into the biggest, baddest, fiercest canine he could possibly imag Beware the wereWOOF! Meet Paco, a Chihuahua with the heart of a lion. Or, at least a dandelion ... All his Iife Paco has been made fun of for his size. Munchkin. Furry Fajita. Miniature Snoozer. So when his beloved goes missing, Paco does something a little loco. To get her back, he decides to transform himself into the biggest, baddest, fiercest canine he could possibly imagine ... a Chihuawolf! AHHHHOOOOOOO


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Beware the wereWOOF! Meet Paco, a Chihuahua with the heart of a lion. Or, at least a dandelion ... All his Iife Paco has been made fun of for his size. Munchkin. Furry Fajita. Miniature Snoozer. So when his beloved goes missing, Paco does something a little loco. To get her back, he decides to transform himself into the biggest, baddest, fiercest canine he could possibly imag Beware the wereWOOF! Meet Paco, a Chihuahua with the heart of a lion. Or, at least a dandelion ... All his Iife Paco has been made fun of for his size. Munchkin. Furry Fajita. Miniature Snoozer. So when his beloved goes missing, Paco does something a little loco. To get her back, he decides to transform himself into the biggest, baddest, fiercest canine he could possibly imagine ... a Chihuawolf! AHHHHOOOOOOO

30 review for Chihuawolf: A Tail of Mystery and Horror

  1. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    When I read the review of this short novel I thought it sounded like a good story. That's why I bought it for my library. I had no idea I would love it as much as I did! A small chihuahua, Paco, is in love with a beautiful Afghan dog named Natasha. But she considers him to be small and insignificant. How can Paco really BECOME something? By turning into a werewolf, of course! With this goal in mind, he sets out on the adventure of a lifetime with his trusted friends Coco and B-Boy, other neighbo When I read the review of this short novel I thought it sounded like a good story. That's why I bought it for my library. I had no idea I would love it as much as I did! A small chihuahua, Paco, is in love with a beautiful Afghan dog named Natasha. But she considers him to be small and insignificant. How can Paco really BECOME something? By turning into a werewolf, of course! With this goal in mind, he sets out on the adventure of a lifetime with his trusted friends Coco and B-Boy, other neighborhood dogs. This book is full of surprises! My favorite is the dog in the bigrig. I can't wait to booktalk this story in the fall!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marjorie Elwood

    Paco, our chihuahua hero, learns that friends are always there for you and that the amount of courage isn't determined by the size of the dog. With gems such as "Never put your wishbone where your backbone ought to be" and writing reminiscent of fairy tales (albeit funny ones) and classic kids' stories, this is a must-read. Paco and Coco are my new inspirations. Paco, our chihuahua hero, learns that friends are always there for you and that the amount of courage isn't determined by the size of the dog. With gems such as "Never put your wishbone where your backbone ought to be" and writing reminiscent of fairy tales (albeit funny ones) and classic kids' stories, this is a must-read. Paco and Coco are my new inspirations.

  3. 4 out of 5

    James

    It's interesting all the action that happens in the book, like the werewolf attacking the city. It's interesting all the action that happens in the book, like the werewolf attacking the city.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Olyvia S.

    I enjoyed this book very much! Paco, a tiny chihuahua has some really big dreams in life! Paco tries to impress Natasha, a pure bred Afghan Hound who likes bad dogs, and Paco is definitely not a bad dog! Natasha makes up some mean names for him like, miniature snoozer, pequeño chico, and many others. Paco wants to impress her by changing into a werewolf, so with the help of his friend coco, a black lab they go on an adventure, but when they come back Natasha goes missing and with more help from I enjoyed this book very much! Paco, a tiny chihuahua has some really big dreams in life! Paco tries to impress Natasha, a pure bred Afghan Hound who likes bad dogs, and Paco is definitely not a bad dog! Natasha makes up some mean names for him like, miniature snoozer, pequeño chico, and many others. Paco wants to impress her by changing into a werewolf, so with the help of his friend coco, a black lab they go on an adventure, but when they come back Natasha goes missing and with more help from Paco's two cats who are his so called "sisters" and some help from his friend b-boy, a jack russel tarrier, but coco can't help because she is hurt. Can they find Natasha? read to find out!

  5. 5 out of 5

    OCLS

    Tired of being a member of the smallest dog breed and hoping to impress a silky Afghan hound, Paco the chihuahua decides to transform into a werewolf. Dream Big (Summer Reading Program 2012) recommended book Available from OCLS in print. Tired of being a member of the smallest dog breed and hoping to impress a silky Afghan hound, Paco the chihuahua decides to transform into a werewolf. Dream Big (Summer Reading Program 2012) recommended book Available from OCLS in print.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Bea Elwood

    I laughed out loud and yes I cried at the beauty and courage of the little dog that could. I would seriously say this needs to be shared with readers of all ages, I am buying a copy for my niece and for myself right now! 11/02/17 Just read this aloud to my 5th graders and they loved it!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Austin

    Wonderful story about friendship, teamwork and having big dreams that you should never give up on, only modify, perhaps, but never give up! Talking dogs (only to one another) and their kid owners feature in this story, adults are extras, all good. Paco is a little dog, but his heart (like the reformed Grinch) is four times anyone else's! Determined to show Natasha he is a big dog, Paco undertakes to find the footprint of a werewolf and drink from it (so says the internet), that's how he can become Wonderful story about friendship, teamwork and having big dreams that you should never give up on, only modify, perhaps, but never give up! Talking dogs (only to one another) and their kid owners feature in this story, adults are extras, all good. Paco is a little dog, but his heart (like the reformed Grinch) is four times anyone else's! Determined to show Natasha he is a big dog, Paco undertakes to find the footprint of a werewolf and drink from it (so says the internet), that's how he can become a large important dog, a dog the gorgeous afghan will love. 'Ay, ay, ay' cries Paco after his and his best pal lab Coco take a scary trip to Mount Diablo where they encounter a terrible beast, they hear it but don't see it and they flee like the wind. Soon, with the help of forest friends and Professor Pewy (a wise old skunk) Paco, B-Boy (an over the top hilarious terrier), and Coco go back to Mount Diablo in search of Natasha who's been kidnapped by the beast/werewolf. And, much to Paco's delight and surprise, the two mischief-maker cats in his house insist to come and help because they're family. Nice. The writing is so good and the animals, dogs and skunks and forest critters enlisted to distract the very horrible beast (we do get to experience him and he is the worst!) have unique characters and sense of camaraderie that moves this story quickly along to a wild climax and satisfying ending. Paco comes to realize a lot of things but the best one is friendship and family tops everything. Highly recommended.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Trevor Bouma

    I think I really liked it because it's funny and the animals all talk to each other and it's about friends. Paco is a little Chihuahua. Paco's friends are Coco, B-Boy and Natasha. Natasha is a beautiful Afghan hound that he wants her to like him. Paco thinks he's too small for Natasha to like him so he wants to turn into a werewolf and be big and bad. After Natasha is kidnapped by a villainous werewolf, Paco and his friends go on an adventure to save her. Paco is very brave even though he's litt I think I really liked it because it's funny and the animals all talk to each other and it's about friends. Paco is a little Chihuahua. Paco's friends are Coco, B-Boy and Natasha. Natasha is a beautiful Afghan hound that he wants her to like him. Paco thinks he's too small for Natasha to like him so he wants to turn into a werewolf and be big and bad. After Natasha is kidnapped by a villainous werewolf, Paco and his friends go on an adventure to save her. Paco is very brave even though he's little and he saves Natasha. Paco learns that it is good to just be himself and his friends like him for that. Aye Aye Aye, This book was fun to read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    Did not finish. Started off cute and got stupid in the second chapter. The writing isn't great either. I had a hard time telling who was supposed to be a dog and who was supposed to be a human. Did not finish. Started off cute and got stupid in the second chapter. The writing isn't great either. I had a hard time telling who was supposed to be a dog and who was supposed to be a human.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Annette M Guerriero Nishimoto

    Today's review is on Chihuawolf by Charlee Ganny Chihuawolf is Ganny's first book written for today's younger audience with an affinity for Werewolves. An exceptionally well written story of the underdog finding his true self. Paco is just a tiny short-haired dog with protruding eyes who has a major case of big dog envy. In order to win the love of the graceful Afghan Hound Natasha, Paco sets out on a mission to become a Werewolf. With the help of B-Boy; the energetic Jack Russel, Paco goes to Moun Today's review is on Chihuawolf by Charlee Ganny Chihuawolf is Ganny's first book written for today's younger audience with an affinity for Werewolves. An exceptionally well written story of the underdog finding his true self. Paco is just a tiny short-haired dog with protruding eyes who has a major case of big dog envy. In order to win the love of the graceful Afghan Hound Natasha, Paco sets out on a mission to become a Werewolf. With the help of B-Boy; the energetic Jack Russel, Paco goes to Mount Diablo with his best friend Coco the Labrador Retriever to find the Werewolf and drink rain water from one of its paw prints. After all, B-Boy found this method on the internet therefore it must be true. When they find the Werewolf Paco decidedly changes his mind. The Werewolf isn't exactly what Paco had imagined. Ugly, dirty, and mean, the Werewolf follows Paco and Coco down the mountain and into their neighborhood. Along the way Coco gets injured making her unable to help when Natasha is dognapped. Paco will need the help of all of his other friends to rescue Natasha and thwart the nasty Werewolf. It is no surprise to me that Chiuawolf is so good. I have read other books by Ms. Ganny under her different pseudonym's Savannah Russe and Lucy Finn and all were excellent. 4 of 5 stars

  11. 5 out of 5

    Noah

    3.5 Well..... I don't know what to think. This book really just didn't catch my interest. It was kind of just, basic. It feels like I just reread an animal rescue. That being said, this was such a charming tale with Paco, who has the heart of a lion, and his friends on their expedition to the junkyard (Werewolf Lair) to save their companion. The writing was flawless and it had some good humor in parts and, in many cases, intense activity. Overall, a really nice book but a bit to basic 😐😐😐 3.5 Well..... I don't know what to think. This book really just didn't catch my interest. It was kind of just, basic. It feels like I just reread an animal rescue. That being said, this was such a charming tale with Paco, who has the heart of a lion, and his friends on their expedition to the junkyard (Werewolf Lair) to save their companion. The writing was flawless and it had some good humor in parts and, in many cases, intense activity. Overall, a really nice book but a bit to basic 😐😐😐

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    I read this on the basis of reviews of a few of my friends. Honestly, animals-talking-acting-like-humans is not my thing. But, I thought it would be good to read it and add to my readers advisory power. I have to say, that I really enjoyed this once I got into it. I couldn't wait to find out what Paco was going to do next and how it all play out. I wonder if some kids would find it scary? I didn't and can't imagine that kids would either, but maybe so if they get into it. If anyone knows the ans I read this on the basis of reviews of a few of my friends. Honestly, animals-talking-acting-like-humans is not my thing. But, I thought it would be good to read it and add to my readers advisory power. I have to say, that I really enjoyed this once I got into it. I couldn't wait to find out what Paco was going to do next and how it all play out. I wonder if some kids would find it scary? I didn't and can't imagine that kids would either, but maybe so if they get into it. If anyone knows the answer to this, let me know so I'll know whether or not to include that in my booktalks!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    Meet Paco, a Chihuahua with the heart of a lion. Or, at least a dandelion… All his life Paco has been made fun of for his size. Munchkin, Furry Fajita. Miniature Snoozer. So when his beloved goes missing, Paco does something a little loco. To get her back, he decides to transform himself into the biggest, baddest, fiercest canine he could possibly imagine...a Chihuawolf! AHHHHOOOOOOOO

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    My daughter gives it 5 stars. She said the illustrations, though few, were excellent. And she liked how the romance plot played out. I give it 4.5 stars because the author could've done more/better with the Spanish--although what there was, was thankfully inoffensive. My daughter gives it 5 stars. She said the illustrations, though few, were excellent. And she liked how the romance plot played out. I give it 4.5 stars because the author could've done more/better with the Spanish--although what there was, was thankfully inoffensive.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Carol Harlow

    Ok, even though this is a book for kids, I thoroughly enjoyed it! Yes, Poco is the underdog, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a big heart! Poco. Paco might be little but he has big ideas and uses one to save his beloved. Ok, even though this is a book for kids, I thoroughly enjoyed it! Yes, Poco is the underdog, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a big heart! Poco. Paco might be little but he has big ideas and uses one to save his beloved.

  16. 5 out of 5

    N

    I loved this book! I recommend it to all dog or animal loves, especially chihuahua lovers!! I read this when I was eleven (I'm twelve now) but I still read it sometimes! Adorable characters <3 I loved this book! I recommend it to all dog or animal loves, especially chihuahua lovers!! I read this when I was eleven (I'm twelve now) but I still read it sometimes! Adorable characters <3

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tracie

    No idea if this is good, but the idea is genius!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Leland

    Poco the tiny mutt wants to be a were wolf to impress a girl the problem is he is a tiny shaky chihuahua.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Read-aloud with the 9 yr.old. Kinda funny. Easy to make funny voices and fake creepiness.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    A short novel about Paco, a chihuahua who wants to turn into a werewolf to impress Natasha, an Afgan hound who he has a crush on and things don't go as planned. A 3rd/4th grade read. A short novel about Paco, a chihuahua who wants to turn into a werewolf to impress Natasha, an Afgan hound who he has a crush on and things don't go as planned. A 3rd/4th grade read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sheri

    Cute, crowd-pleasing fun perfect for 4th-5th grade book talks

  22. 5 out of 5

    Pam Bales

    Entertaining middle school book about dogs and werewolves. It's a quick read and should entertain those who aren't fond of reading. Entertaining middle school book about dogs and werewolves. It's a quick read and should entertain those who aren't fond of reading.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marianna

    Cute story. Any dog lover would like this book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Liliana

  25. 4 out of 5

    Riko

  26. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  27. 4 out of 5

    Demitrius

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine Walston

  29. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Franklyn

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brooke Shifflett

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