KokoCat, inside and out
One day, KokoCat, a well-loved housecat, sees an open door, a chance to escape her pleasant life, to explore an exciting world outdoors. Once outside, she finds that life is more frightening and less enjoyable than she bargained for. Hungry, lost, and alone, KokoCat takes shelter under a dumpster and dreams of her former life inside. In vibrant images, KokoCat's story shows the reader that keeping a domestic cat indoors is better both for the well being and longevity of the cat as well as for the birds and wild animals on which a cat preys. The book's final page for parents and adults offers important information, provocative questions, and tips to increase young readers' awareness of this important animal health and welfare issue.
Lynda Graham-Barber 's abiding passions for writing and animals have intermingled for four-decades, as children's book editor, writing teacher, author of thirteen books, and animal rights advocate. The author, who holds an MFA in writing for children from Vermont College, lives in a small stone cottage, which she helped build, situated on 160 wooded acres in the Northeast Kingdom, Vermont, with her artist husband David and their rescued dog Biscuit.
Nancy Lane has been an award-winning illustrator for the last twenty years. Her picture books include Call the Horse Lucky and A Home for Dakota (both from The Gryphon Press). She lives in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York with her family and her rescued dog and cats.
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|Grouping Title||kokocat inside and out|
|Grouping Author||graham barber lynda|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-06-06 23:03:29PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-06-05 23:50:51PM|
|auth_author2||Lane, Nancy, 1960-|
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|display_description||When house cat KokoCat slips out the open door, she find that life outside is quite a challenge. Cars, rain, and other animals are all new and threatening encounters. The next morning a familiar voice calls her home. Includes notes for parents and other adults about keeping cats safe at home.|
|owning_library_catalog||Nashville Public Library|
Edmondson Pike Kids
Cats -- Juvenile fiction
Lost articles -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||KokoCat, inside and out|
KokoCat, Inside and Out
KokoCat, inside and out / Lynda Graham-Barber ; [art by] Nancy Lane
|title_short||KokoCat, inside and out|