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Cats, Kitties and More Cats…

By Luisa LaFleur, The Children’s Book Review
Published: July 30, 2010

Not long ago, I reviewed a few books that had mice as the main characters. Well, now the counterpoint to that: books with cats as the main characters!

A Cat Named HaikuA Cat Named Haiku

by Mark Poulton (Author), Dexter Weeks (Illustrator)

Reading level: Ages 4-8

Paperback: 42 pages

Publisher: Arcana Studio (2010)

Source of book: Publisher

In A Cat Named Haiku, author Mark Poulton tells us the story of a mischievous cat through the use of haiku, a form of Japanese poetry. The beautiful illustrations perfectly capture Haiku’s antics and the haiku poetry lyrically evokes all the trouble that the cat gets into. It’s a great combination and a perfect way to introduce little ones to different forms of writing and literature.

Add this book to your collection: A Cat Named Haiku

Said the Kitty to the CatSaid the Kitty to the Cat

by Vincent Spada (Author), Steve Whitlow (Illustrator)

Reading level: Ages 4-8

Paperback: 32 pages

Publisher: Top That! (2010)

Source of book: Author

In Said the Kitty to the Cat, author Vincent Spada tells us of a pair of fluffy cats, one large and one small. The story is told in rhyme and has a lovely, lilting quality–perfect for lulling little ones to sleep.

Add this book to your collection: Said the Kitty to the Cat

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Luisa LaFleur reviews bilingual books for The Children’s Book Review to help parents choose the best books for their budding linguists. She was born in Argentina, attended school in NYC and speaks three foreign languages–Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Formerly an editor in NYC, Luisa is currently a stay-at-home mom to two little ones.

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