Mao-Miu-Min the Imperial cat and all the cats in Japan are collared and leashed by royal decree, although he and Emperor's...

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THE LITTLE PRINCE AND THE TIGER CAT

Mao-Miu-Min the Imperial cat and all the cats in Japan are collared and leashed by royal decree, although he and Emperor's son So-Su-Si know they should be loose to catch mice and rats. When the Empress loses her rare black pearl earring, Mao-Miu-Min, breaking away, pounces on it just before a mouse can push it into his hole, thereby winning freedom for all the cats in Japan. A travesty of ancient Japan and no nip to this cat.

Pub Date: Sept. 1, 1968

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Page Count: -

Publisher: McGraw-Hill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1968