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Freedom! (Miss Annie) (Miss Annie (Paperback)) Paperback – March 1, 2012
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Born in Rouen in France, award-winning writer Frank Le Gall published his first works at the age of sixteen. Since then Le Gall has continued writing graphic novel adventures, occasionally taking a break for animation and short stories.
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There were those off-limits places like the desk that needed tending to. Ooops, the pen just happened to fall to the floor. Sarah's room was really off-limits because the door was closed. How could Annie guard it if Sarah kept it closed? There were UGH! fish heads in her dish, but there were other things to tend to. She had to beat up the enemy flowers on the table, claw the furniture, and check out the front door to see if anyone was coming home. Annie was almost five months old and there were lots of things to tend to.
"MRRii." Annie got a scolding for her efforts, but it was no matter. She worked just as hard as everyone else. The Mom claimed that "She worked hard today too! You should see the state of my desk and the kitchen." One of the things that Annie wanted to really do was go outside. "Miaw! Miaw! Miaw!" Kitty cats really needed to go outside and she had to look for her opening, but in the meantime she'd just have to take care of the house for her masters. One day she felt a little "something in the air." She peeked up at the window over Sarah's desk and saw that it was open. Was Annie finally going to find some adventure?
This is the delightful story of Annie, a young kitten who is gung-ho for a bit of adventure in her life. Annie, like most cats and kids, is a seasoned pro at taking care of the household when everyone goes out. She does have a knack for getting into mischief and one of my favorite scenes is when she asks Keishia the mouse if she wants to play with her and "unroll this yarn." Another is when she engages in a fierce battle with the enemy flowers on the table. This tale is set in a graphic novel format, perfect for young confident readers or reluctant ones. The panels are detailed, bright, and animated as they capture Annie's wonderful, dynamic spirit. If you are a cat lover and have a mischievous kitten, you're sure to love little Annie!
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