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Gaby Lost And Fond author Angela Cervantes. Book Celebration By Kaia. Characters. Gaby Alma Dr. Villalobos Gaby’s Father . Setting. Gaby’s house ,and the shelter Summer. Plot Beginning. A Siamese cat crouched on a tree branch.

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Gaby lost and fond author angela cervantes

Gaby Lost And Fond author Angela Cervantes

Book Celebration

By Kaia


Characters

Characters

Gaby

Alma

Dr. Villalobos

Gaby’s Father


Setting

Setting

  • Gaby’s house ,and the shelter

  • Summer


Plot beginning

PlotBeginning

A Siamese cat crouched on a tree branch.

The cat was stuck, Gaby climbed up and grabbed the cat. Gaby decided to work at the shelter after getting lots of letters from the shelter.


Plot middle

PlotMiddle

Gaby’s father congratulated her a good job working at the shelter.


Plot end

Plot End

Alma rolled down the window and asked why do dogs stick there heads out the window? See for your self! Gaby was glad to go home.


Author s message

Author’s Message

Never doubt the people you love.


Favorite quote from the book

Favorite quote from the book

Gaby closed her eyes and stuck her head out into the wind. The warm breeze blew her hair back, as the sun’s rays pressed against her smiling face.

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