A Bed Full of Cats

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Flora is Lee’s cat. She is as soft as silk. Flora sleeps on Lee’s bed. Lee likes it that way. But Flora vanishes. She isn’t under the bed or in the garden or up in the peach trees. Then one night, Flora returns--with company!This tale of a boy’s feline friend and her new family finds its purrfect match in Holly Keller’s heartwarming, playful illustrations.
 

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Gr 1-2-Three serviceable easy-readers. Repetitive phrases and picture clues make these titles accessible to children, while sophisticated vocabulary ("boastful") and the use of similes ("soft as silk ... Read full review

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Gr 1-2-Three serviceable easy-readers. Repetitive phrases and picture clues make these titles accessible to children, while sophisticated vocabulary ("boastful") and the use of similes ("soft as silk ... Read full review

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HOLLY KELLER has illustrated many popular science picture books, including Growing Like Me by Anne Rockwell and Air Is All Around You by Franklyn M. Branley, as well as several previous Green Light Readers. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut.

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