Tiptop Cat

[Roger Mader] ✓ Tiptop Cat ✓ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Tiptop Cat How this cat bounces back will encourage readers everywhere to try, try again. Eye-catching art and crisp graphic paneling invite even the youngest of children to get back on their feet to explore the city alongside TipTop Cat. . A curious cat plus a big fall leads to squashed confidence]

Tiptop Cat

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Rating : 4.93 (940 Votes)
Asin : 0544147995
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 40 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-08-29
Language : English

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Sweet book, great story & illustrations My daughter and I LOVE this book. The illustrations are so beautiful! A lot of detail; it is colorful, fun and the setting and story is very sweet! We have a tuxedo cat & this story reminds us of her.. "Beautiful, captivating illustrations enhance a simple" according to Carolyn C Bower. Beautiful, captivating illustrations enhance a simple, yet powerful, story of the strength of one's spirit. The cat's resiliency was admirable, and time and a very ordinary happening cured his broken spirit. There is hope for everyone. And as a bonus to the great message in the book, the views of Paris are wonderful!. "Simple story effectively told with words and illustrations" according to NC. This is a lovely book for children. The illustrations are detailed, colorful and realistic. The ones of the cat are especially accurate, showing the cat doing cat-like activities such as playing with something small, pouncing and investigating new territory. This type of investigation leads to a scary adventure for the cat but everything turns out well. I was especially impressed that the story clearly demonstrated in word and pic

How this cat bounces back will encourage readers everywhere to try, try again. Eye-catching art and crisp graphic paneling invite even the youngest of children to get back on their feet to explore the city alongside TipTop Cat. . A curious cat plus a big fall leads to squashed confidence

"Of all the gifts she got that day, the best one was the cat." Long strips of small pictures follow the cat's exploration of the rooms in his new home. The varied pages of small and large scenes convey the cat's doings so effectively that this could actually work as a wordless book, but the spare text adds humor and drama. This is a fine, tall apartment building, and from the balcony the cat can get to the rooftop. A familiar sort in many neighborhoods, this black-and-white feline, expressive and unnamed, arrives in a new home. From School Library Journal PreS-Gr 3—Mader makes smart use of the picture book form to convey the daily life and dramatic mishaps of a city-dwelling cat. Alas, the cat's leap for the bird leads to his plunge "down…down…down." Humans make their only appearance with the cat's landing in the arms of an astonished street merchant and the subsequent visit to th

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