- Armstrong, Alan W., 1939-
- 1st ed.
- New York : Random House, c2005.
- Physical description
- 191 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.
PS3551 .R4667 W48 2005
- Unknown PS3551 .R4667 W48 2005
- Schindler, S. D., ill.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-191).
- Whittington meets the lady
- The animals in the barn
- Bernie and how he got the horses
- Abby and Ben meet the horses
- The lady tells the barn about Whittington
- The animals tell Whittington about themselves
- Havey and the cat's surprise
- The last day for baths
- The lady asks Whittington to tell his story
- The man Whittington named himself after
- Dick's dream
- Dick goes to London
- Dick arrives in London
- The boy goes to work for Fitzwarren
- Ben's first reading lesson in the barn
- Blackie arrives
- Dick meets his cat
- Out with the owls
- Spooker is sick
- Ben's reading
- To Africa on the Unicorn
- The registered letter
- Ben's school principal visits the Texaco
- Reading recovery
- Dick sees a beautiful girl in black
- Two newcomers join the barn
- Dick's cat returns
- A hawk attacks the lady
- Ben goes to reading recovery and meets Miss O'Brian
- The cat's operation
- Dick meets Will Price again
- Willy the goat's surprise
- Dick sees the girl in black again
- Marker raids the barn
- Dick decides on the dangerous voyage
- Ben's decision
- A token for Mary
- Gent arrives
- A rescue
- Dick's cat is lost at sea
- Ben's triumph
- Life in the barn continues
- The last warm afternoon of Autumn.
- Whittington, a feline descendant of Dick Whittington's famous cat of English folklore, appears at a rundown barnyard plagued by rats and restores harmony while telling his ancestor's story.
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- by Alan Armstrong ; illustrated by S.D. Schindler.