For a giant orange cat, there may be nothing sadder than an empty bowl.
CAT WANTS A SNACK.
He snickers as he locates the proper device–a spring-release mouse entice! However the entice doesn’t catch a mouse.
CAT CATCHES A BUG!
Down close to the hen coop, Cat tries one other thought, a wire cage with the door propped open. The chickens cluck throughout it after which stroll off, free, however Cat’s entice catches a pig.
Cat actually needs a snack. By the pond, he tries to catch a fish in a internet. The fish is so massive that it tows him across the bend within the internet
Subsequent, the poor hungry cat strikes out with deadfall entice for a bullfrog and will get an indignant canine as a substitute. Then he nets a duck. You realize what? Offended geese are imply!
Then he spots a lady with a sack of promising tidbits and follows her residence. He nonetheless needs a snack….
And what’s in her sack? Might it’s… Oh, JOY!
Molly Coxe’s Cat Traps (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1) proves that persistence pays on this vibrant early learn for preschoolers and first grade college students who nonetheless want image cues to assist with phrase recognition and Coxe’s illustrations of his hapless hunter will tickle kids’ giggle packing containers and persuade them to maintain studying to see what occurs subsequent. Different books on this sequence on this stage by author-illustrator Molly Coxe embrace Big Egg (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1) and Hot Dog (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1).
Labels: (Grades Preschool-2), Cats–Fiction, Food–Fiction