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Library : Book Reviews > Have You Got My...

Have You Got My Purr?
By Judy West

Review by: Lori Plach

     Have you ever thought you lost something only to find out that you had it in your possession all along? That's exactly what happens in this
engaging story about a kitten.
     This little curious kitten has her mew, hiss and yow but she is missing the sound that she likes best. Kitten assumes that one of the other barnyard animals may have taken it. So she ventures out by them to reclaim it. She pays a visit to Dog, who has his woof but not her purr.
Dog gives her the idea to check with Cow. So Kitten goes to Cow, who hasher moo but not the Kitten's Purr. So Kitten checks with Pig who has
Oink, the duck family who has their quack, Mouse his squeak and Owl who hoots but no one has any purrs.
     The wise owl comes up with a solution to Kitten's problem: go back to your mother. When Kitten climbs back next to her mother, she discovers that she has had it inside of her the whole time. All of the animals observe this touching moment and think that the purr is the most perfect purr they have ever heard.
      Children will love the brightly colored pictures of the animals and  can identify the various barnyard sounds as the book is read aloud. A
mother's comfort is enjoyed by both animals and children.

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