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The cat woman and the spinning wheel
Illustrator - Andrea Haynes-Peart
Adaptor - Diane Browne

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The cat woman and the spinning wheel

Number of Pages - 63
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Reviewer - Jose Raul
Country - Honduras
Languages Spoken - English, Spanish
Jose Raul
Jose Raul

What is the most important thing to you in this book? Why?
This book is about a woman and a man. When a man was walking in the forest he found a little house and a woman lived there. So that woman made a lot of food for him and she was very nice so the man married the woman ... But one night the woman got up and went outside. When she was outside she took off her skin and turned into a black cat. Then the man got her sking and put pepper and salt on it. So when the black cat arrived she put on her skin, but the pepper was burning. Then she died.
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