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Christmas Kitten, Home at Last

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Santa and Mrs. Claus must rush to find a home for a foundling kitten named Cookie. Santa would love to keep the kitten, but he's allergic - and there's a little girl out there with the perfect home. Readers familiar with Pulver's Christmas for a Kitten will delight in Cookie's further Christmas Eve adventures.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Albert Whitman & Company (first published January 1st 2010)
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Chris
"The stars still shone b right when Santa arrived home from his most important journey of the year.: And he brought with him a cute little abandoned kitten. He named her Cookie. But when he greeted Mrs. Claus with achoos, she reminded him that he was allergic to cats.

Well, after a bit of sleuthing, they found the perfect home for Cookies. And the part I liked best -- they got the sleigh out for another quick trip, only needed Comet and Blitzen because it was a light load -- and Mrs. Claus accomp
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Sara Bland
A lovely, unique, Christmas story. This is a great story of a kitten that Santa just falls in love with. Poor Santa cannot keep the kitten, though, because he is allergic to cats. The kitten and Mrs. Claus spend the rest of the story looking for the perfect home with a child who really wishes for a kitten. There are nice concepts woven in about parental permission, etc. A nice happy ending to boot. I would recommend this as a read aloud for young children all the way up to 2nd grade. A great boo ...more
Margaret
Christmas Kitten, Home at Last picks up right where Christmas for a Kitten ends. More beautiful paintings continue this story where we learn Santa Claus is allergic to cats and thus a new home must be found for fuzzy Cookie. This book is filled with the magical belief in Santa and miracles and actually brought tears to my eyes. It's lovely and lovable.

I received this product free for the purpose of reviewing it. I received no other compensation for this review. The opinions expressed in thi
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Terry
Young Reader Reaction: After reading Christmas Kitten, our daughter wanted a cat "just like Cookie." The minute she saw Angela's letter, she hoped Santa would find a way to give her the kitten.

Adult Reader Reaction: This is a sweet story for sharing with young children - especially those who want pets for Christmas. I love that Santa had an allergy - a real factor in some homes; and also that he won't deliver pets without a parent's written permission. Those two themes offer great "options" for
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Sharon Davidson
A nice story...

This is a sweet story with nice artwork. I was rooting for Santa to find the perfect home for the kitten Cookie.
Carol
Sweet story and adorable illustrations make this a new Christmas classic in our household.
Peacegal
Cute, soft focus illustrations tell the story a kitten who gets a home thanks to Santa.
Gabrielle Carolina
Loved this follow up even more than the original, and that final illustration! So good!
Kate McCartney
Poor Santa is allergic to Kittens but he has found a kitten who needs a home.
Megan
Santa is allergic to cats. In case you didn't know.
Isaac&Veronica
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