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Space Cat and the Kittens

(Space Cat #4)

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Space Cat and his Martian wife Moofa, with Colonel Fred Stone and their two lively kittens, take a break in their routine Earth-Moon trips for a more thrilling visit to one of the planets Alpha Centauri.

In this distant solar system they have the most remarkable and amusing adventures. The planet is of the same type as Earth but there is something very different about it, s
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Hardcover, 94 pages
Published 1958 by Charles Scribner's Sons
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Alan
Sep 05, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: childrens
So when this freebie fell into my hands I read it for one reason. I wanted to try to feel like I was 5 or 6 for a little while (no things probably weren't simpler back then but I wanted to delude myself for a little bit). While not as good as Anne McCaffrey's Catwings books, Space Cat has its own charms despite it science errors. Flyball may have been the first Earth cat into space, and now his mate Moofa (a Martian cat just go with it) and their kittens Tailspin and Marty will join a crew on th ...more
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May 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Last of the Space Cat books.
Carrie Schindele Cupples
While the Space Cat series is wordy and a little stilted all around, the adventures of Flyball are nonetheless fun and exciting. This one is lacking in excitement. We stopped reading it 3/4 of the way through.
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A cute ending to a silly, but imaginative, series.
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Ruthven Todd was a poet, author of children's books, and a member of the surrealist school of art. He also wrote detective fiction under the pseudonym R.T. Campbell.

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