Bad Kitty

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Roaring Brook Press, Oct 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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From the creator of The New York Times bestseller Boing! comes the riotous story of a cat gone berserk -- four times over an in alphabetical order each time. Kitty is not happy hen she's told that her favorite foods are all gone and all that's left are Asparagus, Beets, Cauliflower, Dill...and 22 other equally unappealing vegetables. So she: Ate my homework, Bit grandma, Clawed the curtains, Damaged the dishes, and so on, through Z. Only when tastier things arrive (An Assortment of Anchovies, Buffalo Burritos, Chicken Cheesecake...) does she Apologize to Grandma.


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User Review  - villemezbrown - LibraryThing

A most hilarious alphabet book with a kitty who goes bad due to vegetables and healthy food. Her subsequent terrorism pays off with capitulation that includes a donkey named Dave and an offering of human sacrifice! Twisted and laugh out loud funny! Read full review

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User Review  - AnnaWaffles - LibraryThing

This book is like a Disney movie. Everyone has fun, and there are some jokes thrown in just for the grownups. The alphabet listing was a bit long for the kiddos, but it was just silly enough to hold their attention. Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Nick Bruel is the author and illustrator of New York Times bestseller Boing! and the Bad Kitty books, among others. He is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist, and during his down time, he collects PEZ dispensers and grows tomatoes in the backyard. He lives in Tarrytown, NY with his wife Carina and their lovely cat Esmerelda.

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