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The cat who wanted to fly

by Robyn Supraner

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Published by Troll Associates in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Witches -- Fiction.,
  • Cats -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    When Maggie the witch refuses to allow her to fly, Midnight the cat decides to learn a spell of her own.

    Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Robyn Supraner ; illustrated by Joan E. Goodman.
    ContributionsGoodman, Joan E., ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S9652 Cat 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2533412M
    ISBN 100816706123, 0816706131
    LC Control Number85014119

    THE CATERPILLAR WHO WANTED TO FLY Emma Oosthuysen, Grade 2, Redlands College Short Story Casey the caterpillar has a lovely family of caterpillars which she thinks is great. She loves playing hide and creep and munching on leaves.   The Dog Who Wanted to Fly (Picture Book): Stinson, Kathy: "Who says dogs can't fly? Meet Zora: a dog with a big dream and an even bigger personality. All Zora wants to do is learn how to fly so she can catch that pesky squirrel in her yard. But try as she might to prove to her friend Tully-a skeptical cat-that dogs truly can fly, nothing seems to work.

      In Memory of Fly the Cat. There was a thunderstorm that night at the end of July. Both the skylights in the big room, which was both his wife’s room and their common living room, had been left wide open. The armchair by the table was soaked; the wind had ripped the portraits of grandmother and grand-father off the wall.   The Dog Who Wanted to Fly. The Dog Who Wanted to Fly by Kathy Stinson ($, Annick Press) is about a dog named Zora who wants to fly so she can catch a squirrel chattering away at her on the fence. She tries bouncing, flapping her ears and the power of science, all the while being discouraged by Tully, the cat, who insists dogs can’t fly.

    Mel the cat had always wanted to fly, and Geoff the cat had always wanted to understand how the universe worked. Their wishes are both granted one evening when two space creatures, Grok and Klek, make an unauthorised visit to Planet Earth. But achieving their dream only opens the . A cat with a heart condition should avoid flights. If it's going to be a long flight, you should put some food and a carrier-approved travel crate inside your pet's kennel. If you travel to a foreign country, you might need to do some research on whether your cat needs a passport, and any necessary vaccinations.


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Kathy Stinson's charming story of perseverance is beautifully brought to life by Brandon James Scott's exuberant and wonderfully expressive illustration. Touching on themes of optimism and determination in the face of failure, The Dog Who Wanted to Fly is a book anyone—even a cat—will love.

The Dog Who Wanted to Fly is about a pup named Zora with one goal in life: catching a squirrel. Motivated by the examples of flight she notices around her, Zora makes many unsuccessful attempts at liftoff, all the while chided by a cat named Tully.

The Dog Who Wanted to Fly (Book): Stinson, Kathy: "Who says dogs can't fly. Meet Zora: a dog with a big dream and an even bigger personality. All Zora wants to do is learn how to fly so she can catch that pesky squirrel in her yard. But try as she might to prove to her friend Tully-a skeptical cat-that dogs truly can fly, nothing seems to work.

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