My Sister’s Books Review #98

Cat as a Hat

By: Richard Lake

Illustrated by: Petrina Ong

 

A young girl experiences everyday life, while her precious cat, Audacious, stays curled on top of her head. The people in her town express their concern and disapproval of this girl and her cat. However, the girl explains to readers all the wonderful things that happen, when you wear a cat as a hat.

Richard Lake created a cute story in a sing-song poem. The adorable pictures display a beautiful world that will catch everyone’s attention. The abrupt ending is balanced by a surprise reader contest and the promise of future books. This is a delightful story that is fun to read for cat lovers of any age!

 

Notes:

This review was written for My Sister’s Books and the December 2016 issue of Sasee Magazine.

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