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Chi's sweet home. 3

Author: Kanata Konami; Ed Chavez
Publisher: New York : Vertical, Inc., ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Kitten-rearing is something, but raising a street-smart feline in a building with a strict no-pets policy is another story altogether. When mentoring a curious kitty, tactful tabbies must teach with patience and a firm paw. Remember, cats are a special breed. While we can survive well enough on instinct, those same feline responses can lead to unwanted attention. This long-whiskered one recommends spending lots of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Wit and humor, Pictorial
Graphic novels
Comics (Graphic works)
Translations
Comic books, strips, etc
Translations into English
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kanata Konami; Ed Chavez
ISBN: 9781934287910 1934287911 9780606234900 060623490X
OCLC Number: 500797189
Language Note: Translated from the Japanese.
Notes: "Originally published in Japanese as Chiizu suiito houmu by Kodansha, Ltd., 2005-2006"--Colophon.
Reads from left to right.
Description: 144 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 18 cm
Contents: Cat is intimidated --
Cat taking a picture --
Cat learns a lesson --
Cat hiding away --
Cat, arbitrating --
Cat, being attacked --
Cat, finding a kindred spirit --
Cat, learning --
Cat, being cornered --
Cat, studying --
Cat, strives --
Cat, desires --
Cat, begs --
Cat, promises --
Cat, sees off --
Cat, discovers --
Cat, is taken --
Cat, leaves home.
Other Titles: Chīzu suīto hōmu.
Chi's sweet home
Responsibility: Konami Kanata ; [translation, Ed Chavez].

Abstract:

"Kitten-rearing is something, but raising a street-smart feline in a building with a strict no-pets policy is another story altogether. When mentoring a curious kitty, tactful tabbies must teach with patience and a firm paw. Remember, cats are a special breed. While we can survive well enough on instinct, those same feline responses can lead to unwanted attention. This long-whiskered one recommends spending lots of time with your little furballs, for they will instinctively look for mischief unless thoroughly entertained"--Page 4 of cover.

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