Fog Cat #2020

Fog Cat Marilyn Helmer Paul Mombourquette Fog Cat Hannah first sees the stray cat the summer she comes to live with her grandfather It takes weeks of patience and daily tidbits of tempting fish to win Fog Cat over By the time winter comes the three

  • Title: Fog Cat
  • Author: Marilyn Helmer Paul Mombourquette
  • ISBN: 9781550747911
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fog Cat Marilyn Helmer Paul Mombourquette Hannah first sees the stray cat the summer she comes to live with her grandfather It takes weeks of patience and daily tidbits of tempting fish to win Fog Cat over By the time winter comes, the three settle into a comfortable routine Come spring, Fog Cat is gone again, but not without leaving a lasting companion for Hannah Beautiful watercolour illustrations evokeHannah first sees the stray cat the summer she comes to live with her grandfather It takes weeks of patience and daily tidbits of tempting fish to win Fog Cat over By the time winter comes, the three settle into a comfortable routine Come spring, Fog Cat is gone again, but not without leaving a lasting companion for Hannah Beautiful watercolour illustrations evoke the sights and sounds of life in a cozy fishing village This warm, intergenerational story is about friendships, and the trust, understanding and love it takes to build them.
    Fog Cat Marilyn Helmer Paul Mombourquette

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    One thought on “Fog Cat”

    1. I m a sucker for books about cats This book not only had a beautiful story about a feral beach cat, but gorgeous pictures which added to the words Hannah notices a cat at the beach and tries to entice it with food After many tries the cat she names Fog Cat finally eats from her hand The cat ends up having three kittens, two of which die Hannah, of course, keeps the one that lives, naming it Misty She never sees Fog Cat again though It sounds sad, but the story proves that love and family are str [...]

    2. This is a wonderful tale about a family and a mysterious cat who comes into their lives It was a melancholy tale, one with no clear answers at the end, and I liked that children could interpret it for themselves I asked our girls what they thought happened to Fog Cat and they came up with two very different endings I loved how the story tells of a life by the sea and of a somewhat unconventional family unit that is loving and nurturing.With mention of the seashore and lobster traps, I imagined t [...]

    3. This story started out really good I could smell the salty air of the sea, as I read the first few pages Then my mind started to wander a little I wondered why she had moved to her grandpa s house and what happened to her parents None of that is mentioned or even hinted at, in the book The book does mention stillborn kittens Some children may not be able to understand or even fear death The ending was satisfactory.

    4. Hannah sees a beautiful but wild cat that is the color of fog She wants to adopt her, but her grandpa warns that the cat may not want to be tamed Slowly, slowly, Fog Cat warms up to Hannah The book has a bittersweet ending I like the relationship between Hannah and her grandfather who is her caregiver This may be sad for young readers.

    5. A pleasant story about a girl who befriends a stray cat Not much emotional impact, but interesting for the way she gets the cat to come to her.

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