Format: Picture Books
Dimensions: 32 pages, 9.5 × 7.5 × 0.2 in
Published: September 1, 1990
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0689504861
ISBN - 13: 9780689504860
From the Publisher
Elizabeth and Sarah and their mother have a cat named Charlie, a stray they have taken in. At night, Charlie curls up on Elizabeth''s bed to sleep. But every morning, after lapping up the milk in his bowl, he disappears into the woods. In the evening, he returns, in time to be brushed and fed.
Each weekend, Elizabeth and Sarah visit their father and stepmother in the city. They want to take Charlie with them, but Charlie is a country cat, their mother points out. They city is no place for him.
Charlie grows fatter and fatter, and then one stormy night, he doesn''t come home. That''s when the girls discover a secret about Charlie, something they have in common with him.
Elizabeth and Sarah''s story -- and Charlie''s -- is a contemporary one that takes into account the changing character of the family unit. Simply told and with heartwarming illustrations, Charlie Anderson will have special meaning for children whose parents are separated or divorced.
From Our Editors
Where does Charlie, Sarah and Elizabeth's beloved cat go every day? The girlsdiscover his secret in this amusing and touching story that will have specialmeaning for children of divorce. Full-color illustrations
Booklist Graham''s softly blended full-color paintings reflect the gentle warmth of Abercrombie''s prose, which capably employs a simple text to reinforce the good fortune of the cat an the girls...