No ""story"" at all, really--just an account by ""Lisa,"" now grown, of how she and her cat Fluffy once lived ""in an old...

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FLUFFY: THE STORY OF A CAT

No ""story"" at all, really--just an account by ""Lisa,"" now grown, of how she and her cat Fluffy once lived ""in an old white house in the country, among hills, fields, and trees""; then moved to the city (""it was going to be quite a change from the fields and trees for Fluffy""), and both--without complications, conflict, or crisis--adapted. The full-color pictures are sharp and clear, but otherwise as lacking in character or imagination as the text--save for the overhead cutaway view of Lisa's and Fluffy's new city apartment, which does amusingly indicate the reduced bounds of Fluffy's world.

Pub Date: March 16, 1981

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Atheneum

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1981