Green Cat by Dayal Kaur Khalsa

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Having to share a room with a brother or sister can make for hard feelings, and the siblings in this hilarious book are grumpy about their crowded room. At least it seems crowded until Green Cat shows up. He’s going to show us what a really crowded room can look like. By the time he piles in everything from a toaster to a giraffe, the amazed siblings are ready to admit that sharing a room is not so bad after all.

About Dayal Kaur Khalsa

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Dayal Kaur Khalsa was born in Queens, New York. She traveled for many years before settling in Canada, where she wrote and illustrated stories about her childhood: her love for her gambling grandmother, her desire for a pet dog, and the wonderful day she discovered a new food, pizza. Dayal Kaur Khalsa died in 1989.
Published February 19, 2002 by Tundra Books. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Tom and Lynn share a room, and each feels crowded by the other.

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In this posthumous publication from Khalsa (The Snow Cat), a giant green cat takes the role traditionally played by a rabbi in the classic folktale of a family that complains of too little space.

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