Gaby, Lost and Found

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	"My name is Gaby, and I'm looking for a home where I can invite my best friend over and have a warm breakfast a couple of times a week. Having the newest cell phone or fancy clothes isn't important, but I'd like to have a cat that I can talk to when I'm home alone." Gaby Ramirez Howard loves volunteering at the local animal shelter. She plays with the kittens, helps to obedience train the dogs, and writes adoption advertisements so that the strays who live there can find their forever homes: places where they'll be loved and cared for, no matter what. Gaby has been feeling like a bit of a stray herself, lately. Her mother has recently been deported to Honduras and Gaby is stuck living with her inattentive dad. She's confident that her mom will come home soon so that they can adopt Gaby's favorite shelter cat together. When the cat's original owners turn up at the shelter, however, Gaby worries that her plans for the perfect family are about to fall apart.            Praise for GABY, LOST AND FOUND:"A tender debut that is heartbreaking and heartwarming." --Diana Lopez, author of Confetti Girl            Angela Cervantes is a poet, storyteller, and animal lover. Her poetry and short stories have appeared in various publications, and she has written the novels Gaby, Lost and Found and Allie, First at Last. When Angela is not writing, she enjoys hanging out with her husband in Kansas and eating fish tacos every chance she gets. Keep up with Angela at            As soon as the bus parked at St. Ann's, Yolanda and Alma were the first off. The parking lot was mostly empty. School had let out 15 minutes ago. Alma's mother waved from the car window. Yolanda slid into the back seat, while Alma took the front seat.Yolanda smiled at Alma through the passenger mirror, but Alma ignored her. If it wasn't for Alma, Yolanda was sure that she'd be in Sister Joan's office or what was also known as the "dungeon" right now trying to explain how a cat got into her book bag. Yolanda unzipped the bag to give Feather some air. Suddenly, Feather's paw shot out from the bag and batted around as if it wanted to smack some sense into Yolanda. It worked. Yolanda blinked a few times. Was there really a cat–a full-grown cat–in her book bag? The evidence was there in the navy blue shreds of her sweater. Suddenly, she felt hot all over. She pulled off her torn cardigan. How was she going to take care of Feather? How was she going to keep her hidden from her father? How was she going to fix her sweater?      Praise for GABY, LOST AND FOUND:"A tender debut that is heartbreaking and heartwarming." --Diana Lopez, author of Confetti Girl
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