Fashion Kitty Versus the Fashion Queen

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Disney-Hyperion, May 22, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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After her last adventure, Fashion Kitty is truly becoming a hero.  At school, she is more popular than ever. She’s even been mentioned in several articles in the local newspaper, (which she clips out and saves in a scrapbook, of course).

But not everyone is excited about Fashion Kitty’s newfound popularity. A spoiled new kitty named Cassandra doesn’t like sharing the spotlight. And when Fashion Kitty starts inspiring the other kitties at school to be more independent about their style choices, Cassandra really doesn’t like it.  So she hatches a plan (evil, of course) that involves lying, conniving, and outlawing bright colors and patterns./DIV
Fashion Kitty knows she must put an end to Cassandra’s reign of terror. She will use her fashion sense, quick smarts, and the power of friendship to overcome fashion evil!

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Review: Fashion Kitty Versus the Fashion Queen (Fashion Kitty)

User Review  - Emily Sirota - Goodreads

Fashion Kityy is such a classic and was one of my favorites as a kid. Fashion kitty figures out their is a fashion queen and is slightly offended by the fashion queen. She decides to put her powers to ... Read full review

Review: Fashion Kitty Versus the Fashion Queen (Fashion Kitty)

User Review  - Cindy Winder delong - Goodreads

Oh my gosh! What a lot of garbage to give kids to read! It is all about kittens being heroes or zeros depending on what they wear. Just a bunch of superficial nonsense. Kids deserve better reading material than this. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Charise Mericle Harper's first book in this series, "Fashion Kitty," has debuted with much acclaim.""Charise has also created several picture books for children, including "The Monster Show: Everything You Never Knew About Monsters"; "There Was a Bold Lady Who Wanted a Star"; "The Trouble with Normal"; "Itsy Bitsy, the Smart Spider"; and "Imaginative Inventions." She lives in Westchester, New York.
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