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Sunshine & Storm

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Can a cat and a dog be best friends -- and remain best friends? Sunshine the cat and Storm the dog have their good days and their bad days -- just like the weather!
Hardcover, 1st American ed.
Published 2001 by Ragged Bears
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Peacegal
Sep 08, 2016 Peacegal rated it liked it
Presents a moral about forgiveness in the story of a dog and a cat who are friends.
RachelAnne
Apr 11, 2009 RachelAnne rated it really liked it
Ages 3-7. Sunshine is a marmalade cat, and storm is a gray-and black dog. They are best friends and follow each other everywhere. Storm loves water, but Sunshine hates to get wet, and is furious when Storm shakes all over her. The remorse and rapprochement that follow are as sincere and believable as they are predictable.
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I'm a total sucker for watercolor. And great moral lesson.
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