The cat who came in off the roof / Annie M.G. Schmidt ; translated from the Dutch by David Colmer.
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- ISBN: 9780553535006
- ISBN: 0553535005
- ISBN: 9780553535037 (library binding)
- ISBN: 055353503X (library binding)
- Physical Description: 149 pages : illustations ; 22 cm
- Edition: First American edition.
- Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 
- Copyright: ©2014.
|General Note:|| "Originally published in Amsterdam by De Arbeiderspers in 1970 under title: Minoes." --Title page.
|Summary, etc.:|| An act of kindness brings shy reporter Mr. Tibble into contact with the unusual Miss Minou. Tibble is close to losing his job because he only writes stories about cats. Fortunately, Minou provides him with real news. She gets the juicy inside information from her local feline friends, who are the eyes and ears of the neighborhood. Tibble is appreciative, but he wonders how she does it. He has noticed that Minou is terrified of dogs and can climb trees and rooftops with elegance and ease. . . . It’s almost as if she’s a cat herself. But how can that be?
|Target Audience Note:|| 500 Lexile.
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