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Nice place they got here.
Bed. Bowl. Blankie. Just like home!
Or so I've been told.
Yawn. I pretend not to care.
Yet -- I sneak a peek.
So begins this beguiling tale of a wary shelter cat and the boy who takes him home.
Sometimes funny, sometimes touching, this adoption story, told entirely in haiku, is unforgettable.
A Look Inside Won Ton
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Would rate this higher
if hours were treated as one
syllable. Not two.
Though this did lead to quite the discussion between me and my seven year old, so maybe... Read more
this is a hoot. a rhyming story that will leave you laughing if you are a cat personPublished 1 month ago by jon brown & karen houts
I love the Japanese Haiku poems because there are so many creative ways you can write this poetic form. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph J. Truncale
Rare is it to read
Such delightful poetry
Won Ton strikes again!
Daughter/mom eyes wide
enjoying feisty cat's pride
I commend Lee's pen!
Such a sweet tale, and a wonderful introduction to poetry. I saw it in the library and became enthralled with it; our grandson responded in the same manner.Published 3 months ago by Sandra
My students loved it! Nice intro to this poetry form. It even has a sweet and simple story line. And the human is a boy...additional hook.Published 11 months ago by swickwire
It was donated to my daughters school library!! Wonderful!!Published 12 months ago by Kelly Bennett
My daughter got this as a gift when she was 2, and she just adores it and so do we. She 4.5 now and still consistently asks to be read this book. Clever with great illustrations. Read morePublished 21 months ago by J.M.