Why Do Cats Meow? (Penguin Young Readers, L3)

by Joan Holub | Children's Books | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0140567887 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingeponine38wing of Winchester, Massachusetts USA on 4/27/2012
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Journal Entry 1 by wingeponine38wing from Winchester, Massachusetts USA on Friday, April 27, 2012
Purchased at the Burlington Public Library sale for release.

Book Description
Publication Date: April 23, 2001 | Age Level: 6 and up | Grade Level: 1 and up | Series: Penguin Young Readers, L3
Many children love cats, and there is so much to know about America's most popular pet. Why do they meow, hiss, and purr? Why do they have whiskers, tails, and claws? Beginning readers can find out the answers to those questions and many more in this fun, fact-packed book filled with colorful feline photos and drawings.

Journal Entry 2 by wingeponine38wing at Winchester, Massachusetts USA on Monday, December 31, 2012

Released 7 yrs ago (12/31/2012 UTC) at Winchester, Massachusetts USA


Included in a box sent to Tribefan for release at the Akron Reading Festival. Hope someone enjoys it!

Released for D For December Challenge hosted by hyphen8.

Journal Entry 3 by Tribefan at Lakemore, Ohio USA on Thursday, January 10, 2013
Thank you for sending! This book will be wild released on Feb. 9th by the Rubber City Book Posse and the Akron Reading Festival held had the main branch of the Akron Public Library.

Journal Entry 4 by Tribefan at Akron Reading Festival in Akron, Ohio USA on Monday, January 21, 2013

Released 7 yrs ago (2/9/2013 UTC) at Akron Reading Festival in Akron, Ohio USA


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