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Ginger Pye is about the Pye family (their last name is Pye) and their kids Rachel and Jerry Pye. Jerry Pye goes to Speedys barn and Mrs. Speedy shows Jerry Pye Puppies and tells Jerry they only cost 1 dollar. Jerry does not have a dollar so he has to earn it. He’s looking around when a tall boy named Sam Doody just happens to come around the corner looking for someone to dust the Church pews. Then Sam Doody asks Jerry if he would like to earn a dollar for dusting the pews. Jerry is surprised and says to Sam Doody, “ok .” Later on Uncle Bennie, Rachel Pye and Jerry Pye go to dust the church pews. Jerry and Rachel don’t know how to finish the pews fast enough so Rachel ties a rag onto Uncle Bennie’s back side and they slide him back and forth dusting the pews. Next thing you know Jerry and Rachel go to Speedy’s barn and buy the new family member Ginger Pye. Then this weird person follows them all around when they are with Ginger. They call the person the Unsavory character. Then on Thanksgiving day Jerry lets Ginger outside to go play in the fenced up backyard. Then the Unsavory character swoops in and steals Ginger! Jerry soon realizes what had happened and they go looking for Ginger. Something suspicious happened in class a couple days before when Ginger climbed up the school fire escape and came inside the school window to find Jerry. While Ginger is under Jerry’s desk no one noticed that Wally Bullwinkle was staring at Ginger for a minute! The day after Ginger was stolen they ask everyone in town if the have seen Ginger. But Wally Bullwinkle lies that he has a huge dog that will bite peoples noses off. Later Jerry, Rachel and Dick (their friend) go swimming in the lake. Then the Unsavory character’s hat flies off and lands in Dicks hand Dick makes a mark in it with a red crayon. Then they realize who is the Unsavory character is! Is it a man a child? Is it Wally Bullwinkle? Maybe???? Read the book and find out!
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