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Book Review: Lulu and the Cat in the Bag by Hillary McKays

Have you ever found a mysterious bag on your doorstep? Well in the book Lulu and the Cat in the Bag, Nan, Lulu's grandmother is not an animal person at all.  But when Lulu and her cousin Mellie find a mysterious bag on Lulu's doorstep, the last thing they expect to be in there is a big margold colored cat.  Read Lulu and the Cat in the Bag to find out what happens next.

Don't miss Hillary McKays other  books including...
1. Lulu and the Duck in The Park 
2. Lulu and the Dog from The Sea
3. Lulu and the Rabbit Next Door

Reviewed by Ava

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