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by David Goldin,Tad Hardy

ePub Lost Cat download
Author:
David Goldin,Tad Hardy
ISBN13:
978-0395735749
ISBN:
0395735742
Language:
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin; Library Binding edition (March 3, 1996)
Category:
ePub file:
1259 kb
Fb2 file:
1603 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
803

His owner peppers the town with & Cat'' posters, while the feline takes up residence at Le CafÇ Chat Perdu

His owner peppers the town with & Cat'' posters, while the feline takes up residence at Le CafÇ Chat Perdu. His shenanigans drive the proprietor nuts; a & Found'' notice is also posted, which leads to a happy reunion. Children will love the way the clockwork couplets in Hardy's first book render two perspectives of the cat's best (or worst) qualities. The owner's poster says, & stripes/Whiskers white/Nose is pink/Has an overbite,'' while the restaurateur's states, & pink nose/Whiskers.

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Though full of slapstick humor and over-the-top antics, the book will surely elicit a strong emotional response from cat appreciators.

A cat owner lovingly describes the habits and appearance of his beloved lost pet . Hardy, Tad; Goldin, David, illustrator.

A cat owner lovingly describes the habits and appearance of his beloved lost pet, hoping that someone will return him, while the person who found him views th. .

Tad Hardy, David Goldin. When a cat owner loses his beloved pet, he puts signs up all over town, describing his wonderful cat. The person who finds the cat sees it quite differently, and can't wait to be rid of the wretched creature.

LOST CAT. By Tad Hardy. Illustrated by David Goldin. Ages 2 to 7) In short, funny verses and bold, cartoonish illustrations, the owner and the wayward cat tell what happened. She's sent to spend a summer with an aunt in Tennessee and finds the experience surprising. COUNT SILVERNOSE: A Story From Italy.

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When a cat owner loses his beloved pet, he puts signs up all over town, describing his wonderful cat. The person who finds the cat sees it quite differently, and can't wait to be rid of the wretched creature.
  • Love this book. I can't figure out why it is out of print. It's a true gem.

  • great classic. very good condition

  • Was glad to be able to still get this book. It is no longer in print and this used copy was reasonably priced and came as described.

  • This is definitely one of the best book for a 2 to 4 year old children!
    It's a fun story with so much rhythmic riddles your kid will love it! And it is fun just to read it!
    Fun illustrations, delightful. My kids recite most of the passages after a few read.

    Lost cat.
    Where's he at?
    Plump and soft.
    Loves to chat.

    Black stripes,
    Whiskers white.
    Nose is pink.
    Has an overbite.

    ...

    Cat found.
    Fat . . .
    And round.
    (...)

    Huge pink nose.

    ...

    Just delightful, thank you Tad!

  • One of our Family favorites!

  • I love this book! I can't understand why it went out of print and I hope the publisher brings it back. The rhyming story is fast-paced and fun, the bright illustrations really pop, and the story illustrates different perceptions of a (wonderfully drawn) cat. This would be a great gift for a child between 3 and 6 years old.

  • This is one of our favorite books for children. Great story, great illustrations and so much fun to read.....
    and to top it off great author. Best wishes Tad.... Paula Koch Copp

  • We have dozens of books, but our two year old daughter consistently brings out Lost Cat. She can complete every sentence and often takes over the paragraphs. It is a fun book, and keeps the parent's and children's attention each time.