The Amazing Crafty Cat by Charise Mericle Harper

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...there are too many pages between moments of action, and missing a birthday treat just doesn’t seem calamitous...Even craft-happy readers will wish for a believable plot, especially one where the good guys and bad guys are more dramatically constructed.
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Sometimes school can be scary and even embarrassing, but not today. Today is Birdie’s birthday, and everything will be perfect! Birdie's panda-riffic cupcakes are beautiful, and there’s one for everyone. She will be the star of the class. But then . . . disaster! A trip and fall on the way to school means no more cupcakes! Who can save the day? Who can make the class smile again? This is a job for Birdie’s alter ego . . . the Amazing Crafty Cat!

After a quick transformation, Birdie is ready. She’s not afraid of sticky paws or paper cuts. She’s not afraid of anything, even Anya, the class bully. It’s time to get crafting!

From Just Grace and Fashion Kitty author Charise Mericle Harper comes the first volume in a hilarious, charming, and sweet graphic novel trilogy for young readers about a little girl who can craft her way out of any situation. Each volume includes fun and simple instructions for do-it-yourself crafting activities. Get your paws ready for crafty time!

 

About Charise Mericle Harper

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Charise Mericle Harper has created many books for children, including Alien Encounter, the popular Fashion Kitty series, the Just Grace books, and Henry's Heart. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her family. chariseharper.com
 
Published April 11, 2017 by First Second. 128 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Mar 28 2017

...there are too many pages between moments of action, and missing a birthday treat just doesn’t seem calamitous...Even craft-happy readers will wish for a believable plot, especially one where the good guys and bad guys are more dramatically constructed.

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