Nutz by Virginia Frances Schwartz

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Narrated by a fat half-Persian, half-alley cat called Amos, this very funny chapter book will delight young readers. When an injured baby squirrel moves into Amos's already crowded household, everything turns topsy-turvy.

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Virginia Frances Schwartz has won many awards, including the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction and the Silver Birch Award. She lives in New York. Christina Leist's cheeky drawings bring the animals and their antics deliciously to life. She lives in he German countryside outside of Frankfurt, where the animals are always, always, always good.
Published March 1, 2012 by Tradewind Books. 152 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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More compelling issues, such as whether Tyler and his mom can find the money for the rent and whether the landlord will discover the new pet squirrel, add a mild level of suspense to the cat’s first-person, appropriately self-focused narrative.

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