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Homeless Amazing There s nothing like a light simple read The Wild At Heart books are perfect for those I had the first book of these for the longest time and just recently found book 2 and I loved it just as much as the first and I can t wait to find the next ones and finish the series Vet volunteers homeless by Laurie Halse Anderson, this book get a 5 out of 5 stars Something great great about this book is the realist characters they presented As well as, how emotional attached you get to the characters and animals Just by reading you could tell how much Sunita cares about the cats she takes care of The description and detail they give about Socrates the cat really helps you imagine how he looks Sunita desires to get a cat of her own which is continuously shown throug Vet volunteers homeless by Laurie Halse Anderson, this book get a 5 out of 5 stars Something great great about this book is the realist characters they presented As well as, how emotional attached you get to the characters and animals Just by reading you could tell how much Sunita cares about the cats she takes care of The description and detail they give about Socrates the cat really helps you imagine how he looks Sunita desires to get a cat of her own which is continuously shown throughout the book I have nothing negative to say about this book that I could think of I would definitely recommend this book to anybody who would like to become a vet in the future or just loves animals It really helps you see through the the eyes of a vet, you see all the problems,love, technique,and fun it is to be a vet In the story,homeless vet volunteers by laurie halse is a really good book i would suggest you read this book if you love cats In the book their is kids that help the little cats out and it s so cute I am not kidding this book is so amazing it makes you feel like your in the book with them i also like who they give details i love this book i hope you like this book to. This book was a read Main character is an Indian American girl who loves cats I was so exited to read a book in which my daughter could see herself The reading level was a bit above my 8 year old, especially the vocabulary surrounding the veterinary clinic, vaccinations and a feral colony therefore it made it a perfect book for us to read together I appreciated the story line of kids who love animals mixed with veterinary science The author didn t sugar coat the action and it kept my young This book was a read Main character is an Indian American girl who loves cats I was so exited to read a book in which my daughter could see herself The reading level was a bit above my 8 year old, especially the vocabulary surrounding the veterinary clinic, vaccinations and a feral colony therefore it made it a perfect book for us to read together I appreciated the story line of kids who love animals mixed with veterinary science The author didn t sugar coat the action and it kept my young reader interested Sunita loves cats Loves them She wants a catthan anything She volunteers at the local vet s office, Wild at Heart, to have a chance to help take care of cats The vet s office cat, Socrates, who is not the friendliest, loves her But when he leaves the yard, chasing after an obviously pregnant black and white cat, Sunita and her friends run after him and find a large colony of feral cats Some other kids have been doing their best to take care of the cats but their Mom hates cats much Sunita loves cats Loves them She wants a catthan anything She volunteers at the local vet s office, Wild at Heart, to have a chance to help take care of cats The vet s office cat, Socrates, who is not the friendliest, loves her But when he leaves the yard, chasing after an obviously pregnant black and white cat, Sunita and her friends run after him and find a large colony of feral cats Some other kids have been doing their best to take care of the cats but their Mom hates cats much like Sunita s In fact, Mrs Frazier has called Animal Control to come and capture the cats and euthanize them since they re feral Sunita and her friends and Dr Mac work out a plan with one of the ACC workers to trap, neuter, and release the cats back to the colony And they do manage to trap some of the cats but one of them is hurt and needscare than just being neutered Tiger has to have a surgery and Sunita believes she can help him realize that being a house cat is better than being a feral When something horrible happens with Tiger, Sunita learns that not all cats are ever going to be friendly and also that she can still take a stand for the feral colony.A great book for tweens and cat lovers Fantastic read out loud The story is lovely and engaging enough to keep an adult interested Like the first in the series, this incorporates vet science which is just the right level and explained perfectly for young elementary The writing is fantastic and I really enjoyed it. this book homeless was about a girl who truly love cats who decided to work at a clinic just to be around cats because her mother don t like them nor won t allow her to have one as a pet.she believes that they are to sneaky.what i liked about the book was how she really liked cats and you could tell because even after she got bit by one hard to where she had to go to the hospital afterward she was making sure the cat that bit her was okay and she was blaming herself and still wanted to check on this book homeless was about a girl who truly love cats who decided to work at a clinic just to be around cats because her mother don t like them nor won t allow her to have one as a pet.she believes that they are to sneaky.what i liked about the book was how she really liked cats and you could tell because even after she got bit by one hard to where she had to go to the hospital afterward she was making sure the cat that bit her was okay and she was blaming herself and still wanted to check on that cat and others at the clinic.what i don t like about this book is that people was so ready to get rid of the feral cats even when they didn t harm anybody.people who likes cats or wants a animal that there parents is not letting them get should read this book because you could relate to this book really good but for people who doesn t like animals or even cats and doesn t really care about cats shouldn t read this book I m not a fan of cats, but they do look pretty nice in the cover so I chose to read these books because of that, at first I didn t even think it would be interesting after I read itit was funit had some fun moments and funny places in the storysome were confusingand some were just not expectableto expect to happen right away.. Sunita has always wanted a cat, but her parents are dead set against it Then she finds a group of strays living in the wild, and knows she can domesticate them even though she s been told that these are feral cats, who see humans as their enemies First, she convinces Dr Mac to examine the cats, fix them, and give them shots Then she wants to re release the cats, now healthy, into the neighborhood The problem is, the neighbors consider the cats dangerous pests Will Sunita s plan backfire


About the Author: Laurie Halse Anderson

Ask box is open, my friends What do you want to know UPDATE SHOUT, my memoir in verse, is out, has received 9 starred reviews, and was longlisted for the National Book Award I recently answered all kinds of great questions over at Reddit Check it out for loads about my writing process and my books bio stuff Laurie Halse Anderson is a New York Times bestselling author whose writing spans young readers, teens, and adults Combined, her books have soldthan 8 million copies Her new book, SHOUT, a memoir in verse about surviving sexual assault at the age of thirteen and a manifesta for the MeToo era, has received widespread critical acclaim and appeared on the New York Times bestseller list for seven consecutive weeks.Laurie has been nominated for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award three times Two of her books, Speak and Chains, were National Book Award finalists, and Chains was short listed for the prestigious Carnegie medal Laurie was selected by the American Library Association for the 2009 Margaret A Edwards Award and has been honored for her battles for intellectual freedom by the National Coalition Against Censorship and the National Council of Teachers of English In addition to combating censorship, Laurie regularly speaks about the need for diversity in publishing and is a member of RAINN s National Leadership Council She lives in Philadelphia, where she enjoys cheesesteaks while she writes Find outabout Laurie by following her on Twitter at halseanderson, Instagram at halseanderson, and Facebook at lauriehalseanderson, or by visiting her website, madwomanintheforest.com.


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