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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2007

    as many stars as toes

    this is by far my favorit book it is funny eciting sad and all together fabulus this intelegent cat gets into alot of adventers you wouid love it know mater how old or yonge you are

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2007

    Toes, An Intelligent Cat

    My grand daughter and I enjoyed this book together. It presents many opportunities for discussion of friendship and survival. Toes is an unusual cat. Not only does he have more toes than usual, he has many abilities that are quite insightful and human-like. Although there are sad parts, they added to the realism of the book. We could believe that there might really be such an unusually talented, perceptive cat as Toes. This is a good book for the middle years chapter reader or to share with an intermediate age child.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2006

    I love Toes

    I loved this book, Toes is such a smart cat and he helps his owner. It's sad the way he's treated and the ending. It is a great book about friendship (sniffle, sniffle). I like the companionship between Toes and his owner. I think this book is great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2005

    More is Better

    Toes by Lars Seidler is about a black cat who was born with seven toes on each paw making him very different from the rest of his family. Toes was different in more ways than his toes. He liked to watch TV and became very smart. He enjoyed living with the McDonahues until an unfortunate event sent him out into the world and into a new adventure. The book teaches you not to give up and to keep trying. And that you can find friends anywhere. There are some sad parts but all the girls in our troop really liked reading Toes and could not put it down. This book is a 5th grade reading level and there are some really hard words. Even the moms did not know some of the music terms. We definitely recommend this book because we all liked it and our troop has all different reading levels and interests. Our next book review will be Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate Dicamillo.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2004

    Not recommended for anyone, especially animal lovers

    This book is poorly written for adults and kids, and is very depressing. I found it to be disturbing, and can only imagine the trauma it would cause kids. If you want to read books about smart and clever animals, read the Redwall books by Brian Jacques. Stay away from this book!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2004

    Love it so much!

    Toes is a great story for young musicians and catlovers. I really liked it and it is on my favoritelist! This is an adorable, touching, great story! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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