Author: Karen Beaumont; illustrations by Stephanie Laberis
A counting picture book in rhyme about a lonely old man whose heart is slowly melted by an ever-growing number of kitties hoping to find a home.
In this charming counting book, Pretty Kitty, a lonely old man discovers one kitty on his front step. But he does not want a kitty cat—scat! As the number of kitties grows, will the man find room in his heart—and home—for his new feline friends?
A playful rhyming text makes this counting book perfect for sharing!
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Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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"This is a fun and engaging read-aloud for young children. And they don’t even have to be cat lovers!" —School Library Journal on Pretty Kitty
“The humorous cumulative text invites participation . . . Beautifully composed, each page propels the story to a climactic spread filled with hula hooping, magic tricks, juggling, soap bubbles, and music!” —School Library Journal on Crybaby
"The amusing illustrations of popular animals and the jaunty rhythm and rhyme will make this a favorite." —Kirkus Reviews on Who Ate All the Cookie Dough?