York : Holiday House, 2003.
3-6, RL 4.9
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been through a lot of changes lately. Moving into a new house means a new
school, a new routine and no friends. As if that weren’t enough, now her
parents are taking a long anticipated vacation alone,just
the two of them, for seven days. Now this wouldn’t be so bad if Rana’s
Pittsburgh grandparents were coming to stay with Rana and her younger sister
Tara,but no, her father’s parents are coming all
the way from India, to stay the week and they are…well, they are the wrong
grandparents. They like her Indian cousins better, they wear funny clothing
and they cook spicy hot food.Rana is feeling more
and more alone.When a stray cat decides to move in,
will Rana’s life change for the better or will the cat just create more
havoc?Read Meow Means Mischief by Ann Whitehead
Nagda to find out. Oklahoma
Sequoyah Children’s Book Award nominee, 2005-2006
Cats -- Fiction.
Animals -- Infancy -- Fiction.
Grandparents -- Fiction.
Schools -- Fiction.
Moving, Household -- Fiction.
East Indian Americans -- Fiction.
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