Annotations for Katy No-Pocket


Baker & Taylor
Katy, a kangaroo without a pocket, determines to find a way to carry her son, Freddy, and finds an unusual solution to her problem

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Baker & Taylor
Sad because she has no pocket in which to carry her son Freddy, Katy Kangaroo decides to ask other animals how they carry their children, but when none of their suggestions work, Katy and Freddy head to the big city where they find an abundance of pockets, in a Spanish edition of the timeless classic.

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Baker & Taylor
Sad because she has no pocket to carry her son, Katy Kangaroo looks for one and finds more than she expected

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Baker & Taylor
Sad because she has no pocket to carry her son, Katy Kangaroo looks for one and finds more than she expected.

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Houghton
Katy Kangaroo is sad because she has no pocket in which to carry her son, Freddy. While all the other kangaroo children ride comfortably in their mothers' pockets, poor Freddy has to walk. This makes Freddy sad, too, and tired! But one day Katy has an idea: why not find out how other animals carry their babies? She asks crocodiles, monkeys, and birds how they carry their children, but none of their methods seems to work. Finally, when the wise old owl suggests a plan, Katy and Freddy take off for the big city. There she finds enough pockets to carry Freddy and all of his friends!


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Houghton
Katy's distress at being a kangaroo with no pouch is quickly remedied by a kindly construction worker.


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