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The Cats of Mrs. Calamari

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 44 Ratings and 17 Reviews

Book Description
The Cats of Mrs. Calamari was written by John Stadler. On Monday morning, Mrs. Calamari and her many, many cats move into a new apartment. On Tuesday, she learns that cats are not allowed. By week's end, cats can be seen everywhere and by everyone except the landlord, Mr. Gangplank, who has lost his glasses. This purr-fectly delightful story will engage young readers as they encounter the clever w... More
Book Information
PublisherStarbright Books
BindingPaperback (6 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
Publication Date02/28/2011
The Creators
About John Stadler (Author, Illustrator) : John Stadler is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of John Stadler include The Ballad of Wilbur and the Moose, Big & Little, Snail Saves the Day.
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6/7/2011 Suzanne Morris said:
4stars Mrs. Calamari moves into a new apartment on Monday with her seven cats. The landlord, Mr. Gangplank, told her no cats were allowed and must be gone by Sunday “or something will happen.” Mrs. Calamari begins disguising her cats, which are multiplying by the day. On Wednesday her cous... more

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