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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Review: It's Like This, Cat

User Review  - ShaLisa - Goodreads

I read this book with my oldest three children. The setting, New York, and the time period are different enough from our lives that the book enlightened us. The book did not have a climatic story ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

This was a very enjoyable little book. I don't understand how anyone could complain of this book's "datedness". In fact, when I read in some reviews that it was dated it just made me want to read it ... Read full review

Contents

Cat and Kate
1
Cat and the Underworld
10
Cat and Coney
23
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