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* * Jean Craighead George & Paul Meisel How to Talk to Your Cat US Orders
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Review HarperCollins, 2003 (2000) Hardcover, Paperback
A handy primer on cat talk, perfect for a child who has a cat at home, or is about to share their home with one. Illustrated by Paul Meisel. (HW)

* * Jean Craighead George & Sue Truesdell How to Talk to Your Dog US Orders
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Review HarperCollins, 2003 (2000) Hardcover, Paperback
A handy primer on dog talk, perfect for a child who has a canine at home, or is about to live with a puppy. Illustrated by Sue Truesdell. (HW)

* * * Jessica Day George Tuesdays at the Castle US Orders
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Review Bloomsbury, 2011 (2011) Hardcover, e-Book
Princess Celie tells the story of her family's very special home (a living entity) and of how her parents and oldest brother were attacked and thought to be killed by highwaymen. (BW)

* * Kristine O'Connell George & Lauren Stringer Fold Me A Poem US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Harcourt, 2005 (2005) Hardcover
Explores similarities between origami and poetry - 'how a few spare words, carefully chosen ... a few small folds, artfully made, can bring a sheet of paper to life.(JL)