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Iris Grace : how Thula the cat saved a little girl and her family

By: Carter-Johnson, Arabella [author.].
Contributor(s): Tait, Alice [illustrator.].
Description: 367 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781510719781; 1510719784.Subject(s): Halmshaw, Iris Grace | Thula (Cat) | Carter-Johnson, Arabella -- Family | Autistic children -- Rehabilitation | Human-animal relationships | Animals -- Therapeutic useDDC classification: 618.92858820092 Summary: "Iris Grace is different. From the moment she was born she found the world a strange and terrifying place: she neither smiled nor spoke. The doctors couldn't help, telling her parents she might never be able to communicate - she'd never call them mummy or daddy. But then Iris met Thula. This special kitten and Iris became instant best friends. They did everything together - painting, playing, bathing, snuggling, sleeping, exploring. And then a miracle happened: Iris said her first words."--
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NF NF Nonfiction Nonfiction 618.928 CAR (Browse shelf) Checked out 06/04/2018

"First published in Great Britain in 2016 by Penguin Books Ltd."--Page before title page.

"Iris Grace is different. From the moment she was born she found the world a strange and terrifying place: she neither smiled nor spoke. The doctors couldn't help, telling her parents she might never be able to communicate - she'd never call them mummy or daddy. But then Iris met Thula. This special kitten and Iris became instant best friends. They did everything together - painting, playing, bathing, snuggling, sleeping, exploring. And then a miracle happened: Iris said her first words."--

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