Ginger Finds A Home

Ginger Finds A Home

Book - 2003
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No one captures cats better than Charlotte Voake! In this prequel to GINGER, a forlorn feline is coaxed inside by a little girl - and finds a new life as a beloved pet. Once there was a little orange cat who was so scrawny that his tail was like a piece of string. He lived in a patch of weeds, and every night he had to scrounge for food to eat - until one day when, suddenly, everything changed. In this tender tale, Charlotte Voake's delicate, sprightly illustrations offer a glimpse of the star of GINGER as he first meets the little girl who earns his trust and takes him home.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2003.
ISBN: 9780763619992
Branch Call Number: Z VOA
Characteristics: [34] p. : col. ill.


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Sep 26, 2012

A very quick read, and a great introduction to the discussion of feral, stray, and free-roaming cats with the child, if you were so-inclined.

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