Pyewacket The seven cats of Pig s Lane make a truce with the rats and mice while they try to drive out their humans

  • Title: Pyewacket
  • Author: Rosemary Weir Charles Pickard
  • ISBN: 9780200714730
  • Page: 440
  • Format: None
  • The seven cats of Pig s Lane make a truce with the rats and mice while they try to drive out their humans.

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    1. My mom gave me this book one summer when I was about 8 years old. I think she picked it up at a garage sale or something solely because it was a book about cats - my two favorite things.That summer, for me, was the summer of Pyewacket. I read and reread the book until I could recite parts of it from memory. I became certain that my cat could talk and spent hours trying to coax words out of him. When I wasn't doing that, I was pretending that I was a cat. In the end, I'm sure my mother regretted [...]

    2. A favorite from my childhood, I've adapted it to a screenplay for an animated film. Wouldn't this be a great film to take the kids too (or to see for ourselves) Mia

    3. When Mrs. Markiewicz read this to my 2nd grade class, I didn't pick up on the English setting, but I appreciated how each cat fit (or didn't) with its owners. My own street reminds me of Pig Lane, with the dodgy bit at one end, and Pyewacket is a worthy ruler of his feline crew. On the Mrs. M. book selection spectrum, this one doesn't stand up there with Henry Huggins or Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, but it certainly leaves Miss Pickerell in the dust.Last read: 9-20-04

    4. The very first book I read when I was 10 in 1975!I can't believe the author is still alive at age 111!

    5. Although I have this listed as Young Adult, this is actually a children's book from when I was in second grade. I came upon a few books in my attic the other day that I had kept for all these years and decided to read them again. I enjoyed reading the book (although it only took about 30 minutes to do so) because it brought back memories of childhood and how excited I would get when we were allowed to choose a book from the books catalog.Pyewacket is the story about a group of cats living in a [...]

    6. "Pyewacket" is a good old-fashioned story about a group of cats and their adventures after deciding to live without humans. Both children and adults will enjoy it.

    7. Really liked this one, used to read it to my little brother. When I lived in Phoenix I had a cat just like Pyewacket, big tomcat that liked to fight and he owned the block! He lived a long, rich life.

    8. I had this book on Mt TBR for so long, I decided to let it go, but then when I was prepping it for release, I changed my mind and read it. It took all of a day (or so). It is a quick little read, and tells the tale of 7 cats living on Pig Lane. I enjoyed it.

    9. I still have this book. Rather worn but never parted with. From back when Weekly Reader sold hard cover books.

    10. Wondering if I should have re-read this or just kept it as a favorite childhood memory. Pyewacket is more of a jerk than I remembered

    11. This was one of my very favorite books as a child, I felt like I was right there on that lane with those cats.The imagination of a child. I just started reading it again.

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