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29 Author PAT MORA says many of the ideas for her books come from the things she likes best. Some things she likes are families and folk tales. Pat is special because she can speak and write in both English and Spanish! When artist ED MARTINEZ was in college, he saw a TV show about children’s book illustrators. He decided then that he wanted to illustrate books too. com Author’s Purpose Pat Mora wrote this story for you to enjoy. Think about your first day of second grade. Who did you meet? Write about that day.
Putter creaked, his hair was thinning, and he was a little deaf, too. 54 So he took the old yellow cat home. He named her Tabby. And that is how their life began. 55 Chapter 3 Mr. Putter and Tabby In the mornings Mr. Putter and Tabby liked to share an English muffin. Mr. Putter ate his with jam. Tabby ate hers with cream cheese. 56 In the afternoons Mr. Putter and Tabby liked to share tea. Mr. Putter took his with sugar. Tabby took hers with cream. 57 And in the evenings they sat by the window, and Mr.
Plot Why does Mr. Putter want a cat at the beginning of the story? 49 Chapter 2 Tabby Mr. Putter went to the pet store. ” he asked the pet store lady. “We have fourteen,” she said. Mr. Putter was delighted. But when he looked into the cage, he was not. 50 “These are kittens,” he said. ” “Oh, no one wants cats, sir,” said the pet store lady. “They are not cute. ” 51 Mr. Putter himself had not been cute and peppy for a very long time. ” “Then go to the shelter, sir,” said the pet store lady. ” 52 Mr.
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