Children's Literature - Marilyn CourtotIn this simple text, a young girl tries to convince a hatless, crabby tabby that he should don a chapeau of some sort. She extols the virtues of her rain hat, a hat to hide in and swim in, as well as all the people who wear hats such as the members of a marching band, sports teams, firefighters and construction workers. Throughout it all, the bad-tempered cat repeats that he has no interest in hats. To avoid further conflict, the little girl says that she will stop pushing hats and they can go sit quietly on the hill, but what is this?--she sees the cat's feet are bare. Part of the "Hello Reader!" series, Level 2. 1999 (orig.
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