I Like Cats

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North-South Books, Jan 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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I like cats!"" declares the narrator of this rollicking paean to cats of every conceivable description: ""Thin cats, fat cats, curl-up-in-my-lap cats ... Farm cats, city cats, sing-a-little-ditty cats . . . Fluffy cats, sleek cats, kiss-me-on-the-cheek cats ... Prowling cats, howling cats, wake-me-with-their-yowling cats."" This comic, charming cattery, chockfull of fabulous felines, is purrfect for cat lovers of all ages.

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User Review  - mayalanda - LibraryThing

This book is much better than the other 'I love cats' books we've read. The rhyming texts flows naturally and the pictures are bold and beautiful. I like that there's a lot of variation in the artwork ... Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Patricia Hubbell has been writing poetry since she was eleven years old. In 1998, her ""Wrapping Paper Romp was selected as a"" Parents Magazine Book of the Year. Patricia Hubbell lives with her husband, Harold Hornstein, in Easton, Connecticut, the small town where she was born. Remembering how much their children and grandchildren loved to bounce when they were very young prompted her to write ""Bouncing Time. ""Bouncing is one of the joyous things little kids do,"" she says. ""It reflects their constant enthusiasm.

Reeve Lindbergh, daughter of aviator Charles Lindbergh and poet Anne Morrow Lindbergh, first learned about Bessie Coleman in 1986, the 60th anniversary of her father's famous flight. ""Bessie was an incredibly brave person who was hardly noticed, while my parents got so much publicity it was difficult for them to live their normal lives. I saw a crazy imbalance and wanted to try to set things right."" Reeve Lindbergh lives in Vermont. Pamela Paparone observes that NOBODY OWNS THE SKY is ""about making dreams come true. My own dream has always been to be a children's book illustrator. In fact, I was ten years old when I created my first children's book. I dedicated it to Johnny Cash."" Pamela Paparone lives in Pennsylvania.

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