Tallulah the Theatre Cat

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Tallulah the village cat is passionately drawn to the theater in Victoria-by-the-Sea, Prince Edward Island. Her search to fit in takes readers on a humorous behind-the-scenes tour of a theater. Her rise from being most unwelcome to greatly appreciated is a story of the values of persistence, loyalty and following one's bliss.
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Overview

Tallulah the village cat is passionately drawn to the theater in Victoria-by-the-Sea, Prince Edward Island. Her search to fit in takes readers on a humorous behind-the-scenes tour of a theater. Her rise from being most unwelcome to greatly appreciated is a story of the values of persistence, loyalty and following one's bliss.
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CM Magazine
"A great storytime read-aloud that presents an excellent opportunity for classroom discussion."
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"The Prince Edward Island setting is enchanting and absolutely perfect for the background of this wonderful book. The rhythm of the story makes it an excellent choice for a read-aloud."
Children's Literature - Kasey Giard
Tallulah the cat dreams of life on the stage as a Theatre Cat. Each day she attempts to sneak into the theatre and join in the activities happening both on- and off-stage. From concessions to set construction and practice to performance, Tallulah is determined to participate, but every time, she is shooed out of the theatre. When she is finally discouraged, poor Tally hides, prompting the town to realize how much they appreciate her dedication and loyalty. The theatre manager rethinks his decision to give her the boot and fastens a tie around her neck instead, christening her the Theatre Cat. The story, told in rhythmic rhymes, focuses on determination and passion, teaching that one must keep trying, even if discouraged or told no, in order to succeed at one's dream. The illustrations are bright collages of color, showing great expressions on faces both human and feline. This first children's book by Jennifer Brown earned the L.M. Montgomery award for Children's Literature. Recommended. Reviewer: Kasey Giard
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781894838986
  • Publisher: Acorn Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2013
  • Pages: 24

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  • Posted November 27, 2013

    This book has wonderful poetry and rhyme. It is witty and adora

    This book has wonderful poetry and rhyme. It is witty and adorable and I love how it flows. My 3 year old loves repeating the tagline in this book and has learned words like "consternation" and "affronted". She wants to read it every night.

    I absolutely love this book :) It gave me a nostalgic feel and reminded me of my love for certain books when I was a child.

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