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Overview A cat hears three stories about a dull rainy day, a yummy bug, and a good day of destruction in the house
Snuggle up with your kitty and read these action-packed tales aloud to him or her. They are very funny stories about the things cats like to do, and they have lots of amusing pictures. Invite your cat to come hear a story - but ask nicely! Cats hate being told what to do.
Citations And Professional Reviews Three Stories You Can Read to Your Cat by True Kelley & Sara Swan Miller has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
New York Times - 04/18/2004 page 26
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 6.32" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Oct 29, 2002
Publisher Houghton Mifflin
ISBN 0395957524 ISBN13 9780395957523
Availability 0 units.
More About True Kelley & Sara Swan Miller
True Kelley is the author-illustrator of Who Was Pablo Picasso? and the author of Who Was Roald Dahl?
True Kelley currently resides in Warner, in the state of New Hampshire.
Reviews - What do customers think about Three Stories You Can Read to Your Cat?
Love this book Apr 1, 2007
This book is adorable and funny. The pictures are perfect. On top of that my doggy can bring the book over to me in his mouth without getting book wet.
very enjoyable Jan 14, 2007
I first read it to my 4 yr old. He laughed. Then I helped my 6 yr old to read out aloud. He finished it without too much difficulty. He like it too.
All three stories are well written, while easy to read. And funny too.
I would probably order more for my kids' friends.
Great for any cat loving kid! Jan 9, 2007
I bought this book for my daughter who was 6 at the time, hoping it would get her to challenge herself to read more challenging books for her reading level (at the time.) She absolutely loved reading it to her cat, who also seems to enjoy laying on her bed and getting petted/read to. We have since bought several others of these books (stories to read to your dog, more stories to read to your dog), and even though she is now at a much higher reading level she still enjoys reading the stories to the pets over and over. Cute stories, sometimes funny, nice quality book.
You can read it to yourself, too! May 11, 2002
THREE STORIES YOU CAN READ TO YOUR CAT is really three stories: The Rainy Day, The Yummy Bug, The Good Day. The book is obviously meant for kids to read aloud. But you can read it to them, too. And you and the kids can practice "acting" during the dialogue. Each story is separate and complete -- and hilarious! The action captures the cat's personality. And the brightly colored illustrations are really funny. The nameless cat should be called Mischief (another fun thing to do with the child: find names for the cat). This book proves that, to a cat, it's all about the cat. F.Y.I., there's also a "Three Stories You Can Read to Your Dog" book.
Into the psyche of a cat Feb 24, 2000
This book is wonderful for children and adults. Cat owners will love and laugh at the perfect characterization of the feline mind. I had been wondering what present to get my dear friend, an owner of five cats, for completing her doctorate in veterinary medicine. She'll be receiving this book!