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Training Tallulah by Rosie Reeve
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Training Tallulah

by Rosie Reeve

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Cat and human trade places. ( )
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When Tom met Tallulah, he was just a shy little kitten. But Tallulah knew just how to make him feel at home. Tallulah, you see, is very good at speaking CAT. She can always tell exactly what Tom wants from a simple "purr" or "meow". They are the perfect team and best friends...until Tom decides to learn HUMAN. Suddenly their relationship is turned topsy-turvy as Tom starts dressing, walking, and talking like a human...and Rosie won't stop acting like a cat! But what will happen when Tom starts wondering...what would it be like to have a dog for a pet? This rebelliously funny picture book from illustrative veteran Rosie Reeve will leave readers wondering . . . exactly how much trouble can one rascally cat get up to?

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Tallulah easily makes her new kitten, Tom, feel at home but Tom decides that since Tallulah makes such a good cat, he should learn to be human.

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