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Carmen Agra Deedy

4.07 of 5 Votes: 2
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Books by Carmen Agra Deedy
The Cheshire Cheese Cat: A Dickens of a Tale (2011)
3.83 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: A delightful tale in Dickens' England, who is actually a character in this book. Can a mouse and a cat become friends and stick to that friendship and can they both restore the injured raven recuperating in the inn's attic to its rightful roost in the tower of London? A wonderful...
14 Cows for America (2009)
4.32 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: In 14 Cows for America there is a village in Kenya, the Maasai trubesmen, that herd about the terrorist attack that happened on September 11, 2001. The Masai tribe count their life on how much cattle they have and that determines their wealth status. Kimeli a village member decid...
Il gatto del Vecchio Formaggio: Una storia degna di Dickens (2012)
3.82 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Lots of fun in this one: A cat who doesn't eat mice but craves cheese. An inn with a reputation for the best cheese. A mouse who can read and write. A mean cat who is eager to eat all the mice in the inn. A raven recovering from cat-imposed injuries who desperately needs to get b...
El Misterio del Cheshire (2013)
3.82 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Genre: Animal Fantasy, Animal Historical FictionAges - 5th - 8th gradesSkilley is a tomcat that has a good heart, who lives in a town in England. He sneaks into the Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, which is like somewhat of a bread and breakfast Inn with a bar that frequents quite many ...
14 Vacas Para America = 14 Cows for America (2010)
4.32 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I loved this heart-warming story about people coming together to help each other. After 9/11, Kimeli Naiyomah returned home to his Maasai village in Kenya to share the news. Upon his return he asks the elders in his village to bless a cow that he worked hard to get for his mother...
Return of the Library Dragon (2012)
3.61 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I was reading this one to my daughter last night and I'll have to admit, I kept interjecting counterpoints about how well technology and books can happily combine to enhance the library. The author got there eventually, but I still feel it was a little heavy handed towards the "t...
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