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Hate That Cat is a verse novel written by Sharon Creech and published by HarperCollins.

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Absolutely Normal Chaos is a children's or young-adult novel by Sharon Creech, published in the U.K. by Macmillan Children's Books in 1990. It was the American author's first book for children, completed at the midpoint of nearly two decades living in England and Switzerland. Although set in her hometown Euclid, Ohio, …

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Bloomability is a children's book by Sharon Creech, first published in 1998. The main character is Dinnie Doone, a young girl who at the start of the novel lives with her semi-nomadic family in the modern day United States of America. She is given the opportunity to attend a boarding school in Lugano, Switzerland, …

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Heartbeat is a 2004 children's book by Sharon Creech, published by Bloomsbury. It is aimed at children aged 10 and above. Like Love That Dog, the book is written in free verse, which alters according to both the subject and Annie's mood, giving it a poetic feel. Heartbeat was nominated for the 2005 Carnegie Medal.

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Chasing Redbird is a book by Sharon Creech published in 1997. The book centers on Zinnia Taylor. Zinny sometimes mentions her friend Sal, which may be a reference to Salamanca Hiddle, the protagonist of the 1995 Newbery Medal-winning Walk Two Moons.

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Ruby Holler is a low fantasy novel for children by the American writer Sharon Creech, published by HarperCollins in 2002. It features adolescent orphan twins who are "trouble" and an eccentric older couple who adopt them and take them back to live in "magical" Ruby Holler. Creech won the annual Carnegie Medal from the …

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Love That Dog is a free verse piece written by Sharon Creech and published by HarperCollins. It is written in diary format, in the perspective of a young boy who resists poetry assignments from his teacher. The author drew inspiration from Walter Dean Myers' poem, Love That Boy. The book received good reviews and was …