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Cats and Kids

Cats and Kids

by Allen H. Hudelhoff, Anne Canevari Green (Illustrator), Allen Hudelhoff

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Children's Literature
You might wonder what our feline friends and kids have in common. In this early reader (non-fiction) in the "Silly Millies" series, young readers will learn that cats can have eye colors that range from green to yellow and lots in between. Kids, too, can have green, blue, hazel, or yellow-brown eyes, among others? Also, like cats, kids have hair that can be straight, curly, long, short, or wavy. Cats and kids love to play and both are fairly sociable creatures. They both need love and friends. The point is easily made that we are all the same, but also different in ways that give character rather than differences of significance. The comparison with a fellow creature (cats) helps to reinforce our relationship to other animals and sends a positive message. The book concludes with notes to parents with tips to encourage and promote reading skills. A Level 1 book. 2002, The Millbrook Press,
— Marilyn Courtot

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Lerner Publishing Group
Publication date:
Silly Millies Ser.: Level 1
Product dimensions:
6.36(w) x 9.48(h) x 0.34(d)
Age Range:
5 - 8 Years

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