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Cinco the Clinic Cat: Cinco, El Gato de la Cl�nica

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When school is out, Alisa spends each day with her sister, who works in a medical clinic. But Alisa feels alone and out of place. One day, she sees a new face -- a stray cat. After five days, they become friends and she names him Cinco. Together, they get involved in the activities at the medical clinic -- and make more friends along the way. Cinco the Clinic Cat is a stor ...more
Paperback, 50 pages
Published February 15th 2011 by Brown Books Kids
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Sue Morris
Carol, the author, met this kitty while working at a medical clinic in Honduras. Their meeting inspired this story about a cat who needs a home and a little girl who wishes for a friend, in a special place where people work together to help others.

Carol, la autora, se reunion con este gatito mientras trabajaba en una clinica medica en Honduras. El encuentro inspire esta historia sobre un gato que necesitaba un bogar y una nina que deseaba un amigo, en un lugar donde las personas trab
This book has a nice, little story. It should be popular as it is easy to read in both English and Spanish, although at times the Spanish is awkward. There is a very simplistic note at the end which I thought would mention more about the real clinic cat, in a photo on the back cover, and the medical mission helping in Honduras. Instead it mentions bananas and pineapples, a missed opportunity. Author and illustrator from Dallas.
Kids will enjoy the illustrations - especially the images of Cinco! The text is simple with lots of white space, with English and Spanish presented together. This is a nice story, but not what I expected.
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