Miles was a lucky cat.
When he got lost in the woods, a kind boy named Jeff found the kitten and took him to a place where they
were making a movie and then took him home. And although the house cat, Einstein, didn’t like having to share with Miles at first, the two became friends and ended up having fun
together. Even when he fell out of a window and broke his leg, there had been a kind veterinarian who fixed him up as good as new. And when he went to the country and got stuck up a
tree, a fireman came to help him get down.
Life was good in France. Now Miles is flying to America. How will life be there?
In this fifth adventure of MILES THE VERY LUCKY CAT, the black-and-white Parisian cat goes on a plane ride
across the Atlantic to a new country and a new home.
Written for ages 3-8, it will teach children about travel and planes.
Illustrations by Hosanna Vivas
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