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Lulu wants a cat. Mummy says pets are a lot of work, so Lulu is eager to find out more. She reads all about cats in the library. She takes care of her stuffed toys and shows Mummy how responsible she can be. When she finally gets to adopt a little cat, Lulu knows just what to do.
Lulu Gets a Cat is a picture book that explores preparing to adopt a pet, learning responsibility, caring for a new pet, first experiences, empathy and much more. With rich and emotive illustrations it communicates the everyday life of a child and the relationship with their parents.

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9781907825163
  • ISBN: 9781907825163
  • Pub Date: 1st June 2017
  • Publisher: Alanna Max
  • Imprint: Alanna Books
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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