"The Cat Who Crossed The Ocean" is about two cats named Semolina and Marginal. The cats live on Staten Island and when a lady from Manhattan adopts Marginal, Semolina finds herself lonely and missing him. She discovers that Marginal left behind the red ribbon that the two of them always played with and so she decides to cross the harbor, which she calls "the ocean," to find Marginal and bring him the red ribbon.
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|Publisher:||Robin And The Giant|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Larry Whitler is a prolific writer and artist. Together, with Robin MacBlane, he formed the children's duo Robin And The Giant. As Robin And The Giant, Larry Whitler wrote songs, wrote stories, performed live on stage, and co-hosted a radio program for children. Additionally, Larry Whitler hosted a mainstream morning radio program interviewing multitudes of guests and covering many topical subjects. Larry Whitler is the father of Alex Whitler. He currently lives in Ocala, Florida, and has fun sitting on his porch watching birds visit the bird bath and the bird feeder.
Larry Whitler was born in New York City on February 8, 1955. He currently lives in Ocala, Florida.