Item description for Pat the Cat (Pat the Bunny) (Touch-and-Feel) by Edith Kunhardt Davis...
Overview Toddlers join Martha and Neddy as they pat the cat, help Daddy get money from the cash machine, squeeze the squeaky teddy bear, and five other activities
Publishers Description A wonderful touch and feel story inspired by the original touch and feel book, pat the bunny.
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Studio: Golden Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.66" Width: 5.11" Height: 1.13" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jan 20, 1998
Publisher Golden Books
ISBN 0307120015 ISBN13 9780307120014 UPC 033500820014
Availability 0 units.
More About Edith Kunhardt Davis
EDITH KUNHARDT DAVIS is the author and illustrator of numerous children's books. Much of her work was built on her mother Dorothy Kunhardt's bestselling classic Pat the Bunny, with sequels such as Pat the Christmas Bunny and Pat the Puppy. Her other works include Pompeii . . . Buried Alive! in the Step Into Reading leveled reader series and the picture book biography Honest Abe.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Pat the Cat (Pat the Bunny) (Touch-and-Feel)?
Cute story but... May 10, 2008
This is a cute story and my 2 year old daughter really enjoys it, however, it contains quite a few extra parts that are easily destroyed by toddler hands.
1. There's a paper "pencil" attached to the book with a string that you can use to pretend to write Mommy's grocery list... easy to rip out when a child gets excited! 2. And a cardboard $5 bill to take out of the ATM machine on one page and then put into Daddy's wallet on the next - my little one wants to hold the money and I've found it laying in various places around the house. 3. Finally, you're to rock the kids on the see-saw -- this apparatus isn't attached very well and easily comes out of the book to be mashed up in a wad by tiny toddler hands.
But, like I said, my daughter loves it, loves to "pat the cat" and make the teddy bear squeak at the end so you can't really go wrong.
Such a fun book! Mar 13, 2007
I have to admit that I had as much fun as my daughter did flipping through this book. The story is cute and engaging, and the touch and feel features are wonderful. A winner in our opinion.
Not as good as the original Jul 17, 2005
My 12 month old daughter loved "Pat the Bunny" so I was excited to get this book for her, but it's not as good as the original. There is too much text in this one... it doesn't hold her interest as much and the activites inside the book are more difficult and not as toddler-friendly. She started destroying the book's activities in a day or two. Maybe for older kids it's better, but whereas the original book was fine for her level, this was a disappointment.
My little one loves it May 17, 2001
Okay, *I* may think it's boring and *you* may think it's boring, but my child ... loves this little book. It is frequently the one he chooses to have read to him, perhaps because each page is interactive.
One, of course, must pat the cat. Then you can extract money from the ATM and later put it into daddy's wallet. You can imitate mommy making a list, scratch and sniff the gingersnaps, help Neddy and Martha see-saw and play peek-a-boo, and squeeze the little bear before going to bed.
It is a fun, quiet little book that your child will enjoy. And you will too -- not because it's exciting, but because the time you and your child spend looking through it will be happy and peaceful.
This is my toddler's favorite book. Sep 11, 1999
At first glance, you may not be impressed because the illustrations are a little dated. However, it is a great interactive book for toddlers. My daughter loves this book (and that's what it's all about). We also have Pat the Bunny. I'm buying Pat the Puppy tonight.