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Black, White and Gray

by Amy Catherine Walton

Some young children, whose parents are working in India, are beingbrought up by an aunt in a small English village called Fieldside. Theaunt lets them have a lot of freedom, but there are some "Rules of theHouse" which must be obeyed. When the cat has some lovely kittens, oneblack, one white, and one grey, they are not allowed to keep them,because there would then be too many cats than the Rules allowed, butthey are given three weeks in which to find homes for them.

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