Metro Cat by Marsha Diane Arnold
(Family Storytime)

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When Sophie, the cover cat for Fancy Cat Magazine, is stranded in a Paris Metro station she must learn to fend for herself.
 

About Marsha Diane Arnold

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Marsha Diane Arnold lives in Sebastopol, California. Pierre Pratt lives in MontrA(c)al, QuA(c)bec, Canada. Jack E. Davis was senior art director with a a large ad agency before becoming a children's book illustrator. Among the books he has illustrated are "Bedhead" by Margi Palatini, "Metro Cat" by Marsha Diane Arnold, "Music Over Manhattan" by Mark Karlins, and the ongoing series The Zack Files by Dan Greenburg. He lives in Port Townsend, Washington, and has three sons and two cats.
 
Published March 1, 2001 by Golden Books. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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While this is not a particularly innovative story and it errs on the side of wordiness, what it lacks in substance, it makes up for in lively cartoon drawings of the cat’s-eye view of Paris and its denizens, particularly their footwear.

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Sophie, the "fanciest cat in Paris" and the cover model for Fancy Cat magazine, finds her life turned upside down when she and her silk-lined carrying case sail out of her limousine one morning and down the subway stairs.

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