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   Purrfectly Purrfect: Life at the Acatemy, by Patricia Lauber  
  Novel, first publication in October 2000 , latest edition in October 2001
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      As any cat owner knows, cats are born purrfect. But cats are purrfectionists -- they wish to make sure they are purrfectly purrfect. And that is why they go to the Acatemy, where they learn geography (CATskill Mountains, ConnectiCAT), mewsic (Kitten on the Keys), vocabulary (CATastrophe, CATapult), and, most important, EtiCAT, because knowing how to behave purrfectly is important.

    All of the students perform purrfectly, except Dudley. He's only a kitten, much too young for the Acatemy. Will he ruin the Acatemy's record for having all purrfect graduates?

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