The Cats in the Doll ShopThe Cats in the Doll Shop is the sequel to The Doll Shop Downstairs. I made a post about that, too, so if you haven’t read the post, you should probably read that now before you move on. So anyways, Anna is the main character in this second book, too. In this book, Anna and her sisters find a ginger cat and its baby kitten living outside in the neighborhood. And also, in this book the sisters’ cousin Tania comes to live with them. She only speaks Yiddish so she doesn’t understand Anna and her sisters. When Tania discovers the cats, she is determined to have them in the house. They’ve been having a problem with mice, so Anna and her sisters think that it would be a good idea to have the ginger cat inside the house to help them. There’s a mean man who’s trying to hurt the cats, but I really don’t want to talk about him.

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I thought this book was really good because I have a connection it – I have cats, too. Three to be exact. I thought it was cool that their cousin got to live with them, because I think it would be fun to have a cousin live with me. Thinking about her cats made me appreciate my cats and how much they are a part of my life. If you like cats and dolls, you would love this book.

I hope you had fun reading this post.

I had fun writing it.

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Book Information:

  • Reading Level: Grade K-3
  • Interest: Age 4-8
  • Pages: 134
  • Pictures: one or two per chapter
  • Main Characters: 11-year-old Anna
  • Genre: History, Fiction