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A Tail of Two Kitties

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Everyone's favorite fat cat is back---and this time, he's king!

A case of mistaken identity leads to some wacky feline follies when Garfield goes to England. Before you can say "lasagna," Garfield's managed to lose Odie and Jon, get mixed up with a prince, and find himself living it up at the kitty cat king of Carlyle Castle.

The royal life would be perfect, if it weren't fo
Paperback, 112 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by Scholastic Inc.
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Jul 29, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Cute read about 2 cats (Garfield & Prince) trading places. This is another one for the book/movie combo project that my sister and I are doing.
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Finally, a movie novelization that lives up to its wonderful silver screen sister.
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Michael Anthony Steele is an author and screenwriter living in Dallas, Texas. He’s written for a wide variety of entertainment and educational properties from Barney & Friends to the novelization of the recent film, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian. He’s written over 60 licensed books for such major properties as Shrek, Penguins of Madagascar, Wordgirl, The Batman, Garfield, Spid ...more
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