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My Book Beginnings is taken fromTHIS TENDER LAND by William Kent Krueger:
"Albert name the rat. He called it Faria.
It wa an old creature, a mottle of gray and white fur. Almost always it kept to the edges o the tiny cell.....where I'd put a few crumbs of the hard biscuit that had been my meal."