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Way home by Libby Hathorn
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Way home

by Libby Hathorn

Other authors: Gregory Rogers (Illustrator)

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The story talks about Shane who is making his way home with the strange sounds and bright lights of the big city. He first runs into a stray cat that spits and hisses at him. He ends up deciding to take the cat home with him. Shane runs into many obstacles on his way home, but nothing will stop him from getting his new cat to his house. ( )
  TylerAnderson | Apr 11, 2017 |
I really like this book! It is about a boy going home, only to find out he does not really have a home. It is a great book that could be used for lessons in middle elementary. Also good illustrations.
  Kaligorman | Mar 2, 2017 |
A boy get a cat from street and want it to take it home but no pet allow so he protect the cat until they both get home. I like the illustration and will use it on my teaching to show why it important to protect the one you love. Suitable for grade first to fourth.
  HsaRay | Mar 1, 2017 |
This book is about a boy who finds a stray cat and decides to take him home and take care of him. The boy faces different obstacles and protects the cat through it all and promises the cat a lot of milk. The boy finally makes it "home" which is a cardboard box home in an alley. ( )
  Cheyene | Feb 23, 2017 |
This story is about a homeless boy who finds a cat and he gives names to the cat. The boy decides to take the cat with him place to place. This story is touching and emotional. The words and illustrations coincide with each other swiftly. It is a good read for 4th grade to 6th grade. ( )
  ChengYenLee | Dec 11, 2013 |
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Dedicated to the largely unsung, mostly unseen workers for young people in need -- L.H.
For Geordie -- G.R.
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A dog barks and this cat with no name scrambles up a fence.
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Shane finds a no-name stray cat and takes it through the dangers of the city to his home, a corner of an alley.

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