When three kittens are carelessly thrown off the back of a truck, none of the highway cats know what to make of them. They seem to have some sort of appeal?an energy, even?that Khalia Koo, Jolly Roger and the rest of the mangy, feral cats don?t understand. But there are bigger issues to figure out when the bulldozers start coming, threatening to demolish the cats? homes as well as other historical landmarks. Can three little kittens be the answer to save the town? Illustrated with striking silhouettes, here is a spirited and original environmental story from Newbery Honor winner Janet Taylor Lisle about finding help?and hope?in the smallest, most unlikely of places.Shredder would shut his eyes and run. A metallic shriek sounded from the clearing below, followed by the cough of an engine. aTheya#39;re going to fix it, a Khalia said. aTheya#39;re working on it now.a aOnly a matter of time, a Shredder agreed. aI guessanbsp;...
|Author||:||Janet Taylor Lisle|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2008-09-18|