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Aw As in Paw by Pam Scheunemann

By Pam Scheunemann

Introduces, in short textual content and illustrations, using the letter blend ''aw'' in such phrases as ''paw,'' ''saw,'' ''gnaw,'' and ''flaw.''

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Original draft manuscript of Ted Hughes’s “Esther’s Tomcat” taken from Lupercal, © Estate of Ted Hughes. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd. and the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. “Town of Cats” from 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami, copyright © 2011 by Haruki Murakami. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. “The Case of Dimity Ann” by James Thurber, copyright © 1952 by Rosemary A. Thurber. Reprinted by permission of Rosemary A. Thurber and The Barbara Hogenson Agency.

WHITE THE CAT-SAVERS WALLACE WHITE A DULL, ORDINARY, NORMAL LIFE IN MANHATTAN BERNARD TAPER CAT GODDESSES ROBERT GRAVES CAT FANCIERS TIGER IN THE SNOW PETER MATTHIESSEN WHERE I LIVE AMY OZOLS INTERCAT HENDRIK HERTZBERG THE LAST MEOW BURKHARD BILGER PROPINQUITY ALASTAIR REID THE CATTERY HENRY S. F. COOPER THE LADY AND THE TIGERS SUSAN ORLEAN THE CLOISTER WILLIAM MATTHEWS CAT FANTASIA THOMAS BELLER CAT-SITTING JOHN BROOKS MYSELF WITH CATS HENRI COLE FROM CAT MAN GEORGE STEINER THE PET SALLY BENSON DOOR ROBERT PINSKY ON THE DEATH OF A CAT FRANZ WRIGHT ATTENTION: LOST CAT PATRICIA MARX LIVING ROOM LEOPARDS ARIEL LEVY CURIOUS CATS EDWARD THE CONQUEROR ROALD DAHL THE PAW OF A CAT KAY RYAN A CAT/A FUTURE KAY RYAN QUESTIONS ABOUT LANGUAGE—CATS VICKI HEARNE KITTEN IN A GRAVEYARD SELMA ROBINSON TOOTH AND CLAW T.

Then he went to the lower end of the table, removed his plate and silverware, and brought them to Father Malt’s place. Talking and fuming to himself, he sat down in Father Malt’s chair. I did not appear very brave, I fear, cowering under mine. Father Philbert, who had been watching with interest, now greeted the new order with a cheer. ” Father Burner began to justify himself. “More light here,” he said, and added, “Cats kill birds,” and for some reason he was puffing. ” He had a one-track mind if I ever saw one.

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