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Kitty Cat
Submitted by: Christine Turner, Atascocita
• Pre-school
A Cat Like That by: Wendy Wahman
What does a cat want in a best friend? Someone who knows just where to scratch. Someone who can read the many moods of a cat's tail. Someone who knows when to play and when to stay away.In fact, this cat might just have someone special in mind....With characteristic humor and a light touch, Wendy Wahman shows readers what cats like and what they don't. A Cat Like That is perfect for every kid who meets a feline friend--from the overeager ones to the scaredy-cats!

Fuddles by:Frans Vischer
When Fuddles the cat escapes from his house and goes to explore the great outdoors, his adventure is more taxing than he expected it to be.
Frankie Works the Night Shift by:Lisa Westberg Peters
In this story that introduces the numbers from one to ten, Frankie the cat causes a ruckus when he works the night shift in his human family's hardware store.
Kitty Up by:Elizabeth Wojtusik
A lively little cat has an outdoor adventure which ends with a rainstorm and her rescue by Big Dog.
Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat, Are You Waking Up? by:Bill Martin Jr.
Kitty Cat is distracted by many things as she gets ready for school in the morning.
Cat, what is that? by:Tony Johnston
Rhyming text describes the behavior and characteristics of cats.
I Don't Want a Cool Cat! by:Emma Dodd
In her search to find the ultimate kitty companion, one little girl discovers that a perfect pet is hard to find. Along the way, she meets a zany mix of cats with a range of personalities, but none of them seem quite right for her. Will she ever find a feline friend to call her very own?
Soft Kitty
Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur, happy kitty,sleepy kitty, purr, purr, purr.

Five Little Kittens
Five little kittens standing in a row (hold up 5 fingers)
They nod their heads to the children so (bend fingers)
They run to the left, they run to the right (run fingers to the left and then to the right)
They stand up and stretch in the bright sunlight (stretch fingers out tall)
Along comes a dog who's in for some fun (hold up one finger from opposite hand)
MEOW! See those little kittens run (let fingers run)

Paper Bag Cat Puppet