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by Emily Cheney Neville,Emil Weiss

Author: Emily Cheney Neville,Emil Weiss
Subcategory: Animals
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.; Reprint edition (January 1, 1996)
Pages: 176 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.3
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It's Like This, Cat book. So much so that IT'S LIKE THIS, CAT earned author Emily Neville the Newberry Award in 1964. Followed by Berries Goodman (1965), in which the celebrated author tackled anti-Semitism in Yes, it deserved the award. IT'S LIKE THIS, CAT is a kids' novel from the Sixties that still sells well today. A pre-adolescent, inner-city youth gradually steps out of his rut, meeting a health-food "nut" and hooking up with paid modeling. Written entirely from his point of view, very vivid and heartfelt.

by Emily Neville ILLUSTRATED BY EMIL WEISS. IT's like this, cat. By emily neville pictures by emil weiss. Printed in the United States of America.

It's Like This, Cat is a novel by American writer Emily Cheney Neville, which won the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1964. It's Like This, Cat was Neville's first book. The main character of the story is Dave Mitchell, a 14-year-old who is growing up in mid-20th century New York City. Dave lives with his father and his asthmatic mother and her attacks worsen when Dave and his father have their frequent arguments.

It's Like This, Cat by Emily Cheney Neville, (1919-1997) Illustrated by Emil Weiss. By emily neville. New York: Harper & Row, 1963. A Newbery Medal Winner, 1964. Pictures by emil weiss. Harper & row, publishers, new york, evanston, and london. For information address Harper & Row, Publishers, Incorporated, 49 East 33rd Street, New York 16, .

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Emily Cheney Neville

Emily Cheney Neville. The Young Adult Award-Winners Megapack assembles seven classic YA books, from fiction to biography, written by some of the most celebrated 20th century children's authors. Included in this volume are:IT'S LIKE THIS, CAT, by Emily Cheney Neville (Newbery Medal Winner, 1964)RUNNER OF THE MOUNTAIN TOPS: THE LIFE OF LOUIS AGASSIZ, by Mabel Louise Robinson (A Newbery Honor Book, 1940)THE WINDY HILL, by Cornelia Meigs (A Newbery Honor Book, 1922)TOD OF THE FENS, by Elinor Whitney (A Newbery Honor Book, 1929)THE JUMPING-OFF.

It's like this, Cat. by. Neville, Emily Cheney; Weiss, Emil, illustrator. Dave's interactions include a stray tomcat, his first girl friend, a troubled nineteen-year-old boy, and learning to see his father as a human being, not just.

Emily Cheney Neville. I put him up on my bed, under the light, for inspection. One front claw was torn off, which is why he was limping, his left ear was ripped, and there was quite a bit of fur missing here and there.

The Newbery-winning classic novel about a young New Yorker who figures out the world on his own terms with the help of one prickly tomcat, for readers who enjoy such books as Al Capone Does My Shirts and Hoot.

Dave Mitchell and his father disagree on almost everything—and every time their fighting sets off his mother’s asthma, Dave ends up storming out of the house. But when Dave meets a big, handsome tomcat, he decides to bring him home, no matter what his father has to say about it.

With adventure-loving Cat around, Dave meets lots of new people—like Tom, a young dropout on his own in the city, and Mary, the first girl he can talk to like a real person.

And as his eyes open to those around him, Dave starts to understand his father a little better. They still don’t see eye-to-eye on a lot of things, but there is one thing they can both agree on: Having a cat can be very educational—especially when it’s one like Cat.