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Freeman, Martha ; ill. by Cat Bowman Smith.
New York : Holiday House, 2000.
IL 3-6  RL 4.1
ISBN 0823414795
William has four cats.  Max cat always escapes.  George cat always disappears.  Wilbur cat eats socks.  And Boo cat is always somewhere you don't want his to be.  Holly has enough to deal with when her mother remarries, why does she also have to cope with four cats she doesn't even like?  On her first day at her new school, she finds that Wilbur has eaten her socks so she has to wear ones with holes in them. To top it all off, the cats kept her up all night so she falls asleep in class.  The kids are beginning to think Holly is really wierd.  How can she explain that it's all because of the cats?  Can she learn to get along with the cats or is she doomed forever to be considered wierd?  To find out, read THE TROUBLE WITH CATS by Martha Freeman.
SUBJECTS:     Schools -- Fiction.
                        Stepfathers -- Fiction.
                        Cats -- Fiction.
                        San Francisco (Calif.) -- Fiction.


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