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The Antique Cat

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Published 1945 by The John C. Winston Company

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Melody
Jul 07, 2010 Melody rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comfort-read
I adore this picture book. It's the story of a rough and tumble street cat who is adopted by the owner of an antique store. The illustrations are exquisite, the story heartwarming and hilarious. My copy, which was my grandmother's, is in tatters. Highly recommended for cat people.
Paul
Sep 23, 2012 Paul rated it it was amazing
Wonderful illustrations, funny. Had my copy rebound.
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Bianca Bradbury lived in Connecticut, and as a young wife, her writing took the form of verse, articles and short stories, which found their way into such magazines as Family Circle and McCall’s. Once she had two children, she began writing, first picture books, and then longer books. Later, when her two sons had grown up and left home, Mrs. Bradbury’s fiction focused mostly on contemporary issues ...more
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