The Resource Why do cats have tails?
- Why do cats have tails?
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- David Ling ; illustrated by Stephanie Thatcher
- Children can come up with some pretty funny questions, and here in this warm and amusing story Grandpa teases his granddaughters with some very unusual answers. The girls are spending time with Grandpa and his cats, and reject all his silly answers until one of them comes up with an idea that even Grandpa couldn't think of. This is a story that amuses and entertains grandparents and grandchildren alike
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- For pre-school age
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