It's Like This, Cat

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Harper & Row, 1963 - Adolescence - 180 pages
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Dave Mitchell is 14 and growing up in the midst of the variety and excitement of New York City. During his journey to adulthood he develops an affection for a stray tomcat, finds comradeship with a troubled nineteen-year-old boy and begins his first shy friendship with a girl. Throughout, he gains a growing understanding of his father as a human being and not just a parent.

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I liked the book because of all its plot. - Goodreads
I found this book sort of hard to read. - Goodreads
No satisfying, big ending, but pretty realistic. - Goodreads
Abrupt ending, though. - Goodreads

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It was a good story about life in New York way back when. Some of the information was dated, but that's part of what made it interesting, like the way phone numbers and phone booths used to work. Read full review


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