Antics in the attic with little cat.
When its owner goes up to the attic, this curious little cat follows right behind. There, it has to maneuver itself in, up, and around the jumble of stored items. Too crowded among the boxes, cat takes a little climb; when a pile of clothes proves to be too lumpy-bumpy, cat takes a little leap; and when a swinging lampshade is too tippy, cat takes a little slide to get off.
Very young children will love the antics of the adorable cat as it explores the crowded attic. Little will they realize that they are also honing their language skills as the repetitive word pattern based on "too" plus adjectives takes them through various parts of speech.
With its companion title, Dog Comes Too, this board book will delight any toddler who loves animals -- and books!
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A cat follows its owner into the attic, and occasionally gets in over its head. âToo crowded. Little climb. Too small. Little push,â writes Hutchins as the cat peeks from behind a cluster of shoeboxesMar 18 2013 | Read Full Review of Cat Comes Too
PreS—The animal stars of these books follow their humans on typical pet adventures. Dog goes for a hike, and cat journeys to the attic in one or two word pages. "Up the hill, Dog comes too." "Too wide" shows a person's legs stepping from hillock to hiFeb 01 2014 | Read Full Review of Cat Comes Too
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