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I Love Cats: Super Sturdy Picture Books by Barney Saltzberg
When the Snow Is Deeper Than My Boots Are Tall
Jean Reidy - 2019
Find a frosty window./ Watch the flakes fall./ Look! The snow is deeper than my toes are tall.With young, rhyming verse and bright illustrations, Jean Reidy and Joey Chou captures the joy and excitement of a big snowfall. As the snow climbs over a boy's toes, ankles, shins, and boots, there's more and more fun to be had—snowmen, sledding, snow angels, and, finally, a cup of hot cocoa by a warm fire.
Margaret O'Hair - 2011
A little girl loves to watch her new kitten nap in the sunlight, play, pounce, and climb. Her kitten still has some lessons to learn—it’s not easy getting down from a tree!—but together, they always have fun. This is a companion book to My Pup , which was a Bank Street Best Children’s Book of the Year. Artwork in gouache and colored pencil highlights the sweet, playful text.
Mrs. McTats and Her Houseful of Cats
Alyssa Satin Capucilli - 2001
McTats loves cats -- and they love her too! At first Mrs. McTats has only one cat, Abner, but quickly finds herself in a house bursting with twenty-five! She names each one with a different letter of the alphabet, but stops short at Z. Then there's a scratch on the door. Surprise! Mrs. McTats finds what the family needs to be complete.
Tumford the Terrible
Nancy Tillman - 2008
He just has a way of finding mischief—tracking dirt into the house, knocking over breakable things, and disrupting fancy parties. But even though he feels bad, he has a hard time saying, "I'm sorry." Will the fact that his owners love him, no matter what, help Tummy say the magic words?
Where Is Tippy Toes?
Betsy Lewin - 2010
Over here. Over there. His house is the perfect place to tiptoe the day away, lurking behind unsuspecting birds and mice, crouching behind garden posies, and surprising a little boy with his unusual hiding spots. Die-cut pages let readers discover where Tippy Toe goes as his day unfolds, and end up revealing the most satisfying hiding place of all—a warm cozy bed! Told with simple rhymes and mischievous illustrations by award-winning creator Betsy Lewin, this is a book to curl up with and enjoy—preferably in a nice sunny spot.
I Love Cats!
Sue Stainton - 2017
Cat lovers of all ages will revel in this delightful ode to feline friends!By bestselling author-illustrator duo Sue Stainton and Bob Staake, this companion to the wildly popular I Love Dogs! is full of hairy cats and scaredy cats, dancing cats and prancing cats—all of them ready to steal your heart through vibrant illustrations and energetic text.
Red House, Tree House, Little Bitty Brown Mouse
Jane Godwin - 2019
A bit Each Peach Pear Plum, a bit Go, Dog, Go!, this read-aloud joy is deceptively simple yet packed with delights for the very young--a preschool standout deserving of modern-classic status.A little mouse makes her way around the world, and invites preschoolers along as she sets out: Red house / Blue house / Green house / Tree house! / See the tiny mouse in her little brown house? Seamless, simple, and inspiring, the rhyming story abounds in concepts for the very young, with a particular focus on colors, and a delightful search-and-find element on every spread--the intrepid mouse herself!
Won-Ton: A Cat Tale Told in Haiku
Lee Wardlaw - 2011
Bed. Bowl. Blankie. Just like home! Or so I've been told. Visiting hours! Yawn. I pretend not to care. Yet -- I sneak a peek. So begins this beguiling tale of a wary shelter cat and the boy who takes him home.Sometimes funny, sometimes touching, this adoption story, told entirely in haiku, is unforgettable.
Cats' Night Out
Caroline Stutson - 2010
The short rhyming text makes it a perfect read-aloud treat, and with vivid illustrations from a breakout DreamWorks animator, readers and listeners alike will be thrilled to see what happens one night on Easy Street when a pair of cats start to groove to the beat.
Storm is Coming!
Heather Tekavec - 2002
Who is this terrifying creature named Storm? Huddled in the barn, the animals anxiously wait for his arrival. But when the sky gets darker, growling fiercely and flashing bright lights, the animals are relieved. The sky must be trying to protect them by scaring away Storm! Young children will relish the simple humor of this farm tale, made all the more delightful through its dynamic, expressive illustrations.
Ella and Penguin: A Perfect Match
Megan Maynor - 2017
So it only makes sense that they like all the same things. But Ella loves tutus. Penguin does not. Ella loves finger painting. Penguin does not. Oh no! They don’t match! They must not be friends after all. Then again, maybe Ella and Penguin don’t need to like all the same things to love being friends.An irresistible follow-up to Ella and Penguin Stick Together!
Leeza Hernandez - 2014
Nosey cat.Curl up nice and cozy cat. Cats are naturally curious, but sometimes too much curiosity can get them into trouble! That’s what happens when one kitty wakes up from a nap to find she might be lost . . .Luckily, a kind passerby and the folks at the animal shelter are ready to help reunite her with her favorite friend!