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Marley and the Kittens by John Grogan
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Jun 16, 2015

it was amazing

Marley discovers two abandoned kittens and his family rescues them. What could possibly go wrong?

Plenty, as our lumbering hero tries hard to be just as cute as the kittens. The kindergartners enjoy the kittens' cuteness and Marley's clumsiness--until he shatters the tiny cat door. Poor Marley is sentenced to time out in the laundry room, the scene of his latest crime.

And here's the part the children love the most: as Marley sits with his face to the wall, beginning to regret rescuing the tiny cuties--they join him! One very large animal and two balls of fluff face the wall until the family discovers them.

Forgiveness, restoration and a forever friendship complete this sweet, funny tale.
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June 16, 2015 – Shelved

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Sandy Hogarth Sounds lovely.

Margaret Welwood Sandy wrote: "Sounds lovely."

Really sweet. Fun to share.

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