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Cat You Better Come Home

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 14 Ratings and 14 Reviews

Book Description
One cold winter's night, the elegant Puff runs away from home. Tired of cat food, she wants to eat what people eat. She goes to Europe and becomes fabulously rich as a TV cat-food spokes-cat, but then disaster strikes. The author's other books include "Lake Wobegon Days" and "The Book of Guys"
Book Information
PublisherFaber & Faber Children's Books
BindingHardcover (8 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages40
Publication Date11/20/1995
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About Garrison Keillor (Author) : Garrison Keillor is a published author, editor, and a narrator of children's books. Published credits of Garrison Keillor include Daddy's Girl and The Sandy Bottom Orchestra.
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About Steve Johnson (Illustrator) : Steve Johnson is a published author, illustrator, and a narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Steve Johnson include Amazing Peace: A Christmas Poem, Bugtown Boogie.
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5/21/2009 Ryan Bache said: Recently discovered this Garrison Keillor picture book. His word play, vocabulary, and comfort in using language such as Latin inspire me. My newest muse!
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