In her first novel since Newbery Medal-winner The One and Only Ivan, Katherine Applegate delivers an unforgettable story about family, friendship, and resilience.
Martin and his sisters have fallen on hard times, and are living in their parents' car.
Crenshaw is a stray cat, also down on his luck.
One of them is imaginary. Both of them need all the help they can get to weather what life throws in front of them. Friends matter, whether real or imaginary.
In her first book since she won the Newbery, Katherine Applegate proves once again that she is one of the finest, most talented authors of children's literature in our generation.
14 ratings, 1 reviews, 0 posts
I found Crenshaw to be an exciting and event full book about a boy and his imaginary cat friend. For me it makes it seem that Jackson knew what to do all along and his mind made it seem like it was Crenshaw's idea and not his.