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 read this book many many years ago and still remembered it. Its a quick read but entertaining. Im amazed at how life has changed since the carefree childhood days of the main character in the book ... Read full review

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I remember liking this book when I read it in Jr. High for literature class, but I was disappointed reading it as an adult. Lots of arguing and roaming the streets. Maybe you need to be a teenager to ... Read full review

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