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The Man Who Spoke with Cats

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5 out of 5
Based on 2 Ratings and 2 Reviews

Book Description
The Man Who Spoke With Cats is a heartwarming tale set in the beautiful country side of Scotland. MacGregor and his family of cats are close nit, and when BlueEyes goes missing everyone begins to worry about her and why she has left home. She has never left before.The gentle little siamese has been tired of late and she has not been herself.

If MacGregor could only know ,it would ea... More

Book Information
PublisherHighlands Children's Press
BindingHardcover
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages48
ISBN-101584780193
ISBN-13978-1584780199
Publication Date08/15/2006
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About T. E. Watson (Author) : T. E. Watson is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of T. E. Watson include Glen Robbie: A Scottish Fairy Tale, Glen Robbie A Scottish Fairy Tale Limited Edition, The... more
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About Steve Ferchaud (Illustrator) : Steve Ferchaud is a published illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Steve Ferchaud include Gracie's Big Adventure: With Augustine the Beaver, Glen Robbie: A Scottish Fairy ... more
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