The Cat Who Liked Potato Soup

The Cat Who Liked Potato Soup

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There was an old man, an ol’ Texas boy, who lived with an uppity old cat -- a cat who’d rather eat potato soup than catch blackbirds, a cat who liked to sit on the bow of the old man’s fishing boat like she was a hood ornament. "Fool cat," the old man would say. "You ain’t nobody’s prize." But when the unexpected happens, they both learn that even the most cantankerous love can lead to acts of heroic proportions. With down-home language that’s a joy to read aloud, Terry Farish tells a wry love story about an unlikely pair of curmudgeons, brought to life in glowing illustrations by Barry Root.

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The friendship between a curmudgeonly old man and his uppity old cat, both of whom like potato soup, is strained after he goes fishing without her and they both learn that even the most cantankerous love can inspire acts of heroic proportions. Reprint.

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The friendship between an old man and his cat, both of whom like potato soup, is strained after he goes fishing without her.

Publisher: U.S.: : Candlewick Press, 2003
ISBN: 9780763632977
Additional Contributors: Root, Barry

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May 04, 2016

Cute story , enjoyed it .

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