Harry Kitten and Tucker Mouse

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Random House Children's Books, Dec 1, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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Meet Harry Kitten and Tucker Mouse. No one would ever dream that a cat and mouse could become friends, but that doesn't stop Harry and Tucker.


All they have is each other to depend on. Together they begin an exciting adventure throughout New York, searching for a home they can call their own. But the two friends run into some troublesome times in their journey around town. Is all hope lost? Where will they turn to next?

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Selden, George (1986). Harry Kitten and Tucker Mouse. New York: Yearling
Grade: 3-5 (GR: NR/Lexile=600)
Rating: A-
Comments: A prequel to The Cricket in Times Square. I love them all!

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I read a portion of this story in our basal reader in elementary school. I loved it so much, I went straight to the library and checked out the full version. I don't remember all of the minute details ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1988)

George Selden Thompson was born in Hartford, Connecticut on May 14, 1929. He graduated from Yale University in 1951 and studied in Rome for a year on a Fulbright Scholarship. During his lifetime, he wrote more than 15 children's books and 2 plays under the name George Selden. His first book, The Cricket in Times Square, was published in 1960. It won a John Newbery Medal in 1961 and was made into an animated film in 1973. His other works include Tucker's Countryside, The Old Meadow, and Harry Kitten and Tucker Mouse. He died from complications from a gastrointestinal hemorrhage on December 5, 1989 at the age of 60.

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