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Santa's Snow Cat

by Sue Stainton

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Santa and his favorite cat search for each other after she falls out of his sleigh and lands in New York City on Christmas Eve.
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An all-white cat with beautiful jade green eyes, Snow Cat was Santa's favorite feline - the one who liked to hide in his beard, or curl up in his deep pockets, and purr. Stowing away in Santa's jacket one Christmas Eve, Snow Cat finds herself along for the ride, as he sets out to deliver his gifts. But curiosity, as the two are passing over a brightly-lit city, leads to disaster, and Snow Cat finds herself falling through the night, ending up on the streets of New York City. Can she find Santa - her Santa, not the many "almost" Santas that seem to abound in the holiday-focused city - or will she be stuck in the city, far from the Lemon Moon and the North Wind?

I enjoyed everything about Santa's Snow Cat, from the sweet holiday tale, in which Snow Cat is restored to her human companion - really, any story in which a lost or lonely cat finds a home and happiness, is probably pretty much guaranteed to be a winner with me - to the gorgeous illustrations of Anne Mortimer, who is apparently known for her feline artwork. I also enjoyed the New York City setting for Snow Cat's adventure, and the "guest appearances" of landmarks like St. Patrick's Cathedral, and Rockefeller Plaza. Young readers who love cats, who are interested in New York City, or who enjoy heartwarming holiday tales, are sure to take pleasure in reading this one! ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Apr 12, 2013 |
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