HarperCollins, Aug 28, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
From word to word they find their way, Lillian, Tilly, and William J.
They spot some ewes.
They use a box.
They box some fleas.
And flee a steer . . .
First they see, then they do.
The only thing missing? You!
Come join the fun.
Michael Hall's inquisitive cats set out to spend the afternoon snacking and reading, but wind up chasing words, including homophones and homonyms, on a silly tongue twister of an adventure!
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Review: Cat TaleUser Review - Jeanne Williams - Goodreads
Bold, cubist illustrations in the style of Eric Carle couples with a text that takes the reader through the process a writer would experience when pursuing the clever strategy of couplets that turn on ... Read full review
Review: Cat TaleUser Review - Layla & Rachel - Goodreads
Rachel and Layla don't really know what to think of Michael Hall's . On one hand, it was a fun read for Rachel. The story follows three cats throughout their day with some really fun play on words ... Read full review