Christmas for a Kitten by Robin Pulver

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It’s winter, and a lonely abandoned kitten is trying to survive in the woods. Each night, as he hunts for food, the warm glow of houses fills him with longing. While a family carries in its Christmas tree, the kitten slips into their house. Then—danger—a fierce dog lives there! The kitten has not found a haven after all. But it is Christmas Eve, a night when magical things can happen. Robin Pulver’s gentle story and Layne Johnson’s dramatic paintings evoke the wonder and joy of Christmas.

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About Robin Pulver

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Robin Pulver is the author of several picture books. She lives in Pittsford, New York. Layne Johnson (Illustrator) is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Layne Johnson (Illustrator) is Young Patriots: Inspiring Stories of the American Revolution.
 
Published November 19, 2013 by Albert Whitman & Company. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Pulver and Johnson team up for a sequel to their Christmas for a Kitten (2003).

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An orange kitten, tossed in a sack to the side of the road, hides in the trunk of a car as its occupants load a freshly cut Christmas tree on Christmas Eve.

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The writing is a bit pedestrian and the story is wrapped up too tidily when the kitten finds a lost letter from a parent asking Santa for a kitten for their daughter.

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