The Cat's Pajamas

The Cat's Pajamas

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Description

Meet Louis Fellini. Louis lived in a time long ago when cats wore clothes, worked in cities, and went on picnics. But the cats dressed all the same, down to the shoes they wore. Louis Fellini was a different sort of cat. He wanted to be himself. But it isn't as easy as you might think to be yourself, especially when everyone else looks the same, when everybody else is a . . . copy cat. But Louis Fellini found a way. He was just that kind of cat. He was the cat's pajamas.
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 199 x 235 x 9mm | 286g
  • San Francisco
  • English
  • 26 Illustrations, color
  • 1941758002
  • 9781941758007
  • 2,961,666

Review quote

"A warm, weird, wonderful book for your inner child (or actual child). You will like this book from page one, and you will love it by the time you get to the "itty-bitty kitty underpants" line. A feline fable of individuality for all ages."
--Cristin Stickles, McNally Jackson Books "The Cat's Pajamas is an entertaining read for both kids and the adults reading it to them."
--The Herald Sun "Daniel Wallace at his best...The Cat's Pajamas is entertaining, thought-provoking and definitely not just for kids!"
--Jamie Fiocco, Flyleaf Books, Chapel Hill, NC "True to the nature of his novel Big Fish, Daniel Wallace does not disappoint with yet another (adorable) tall-tale."
--MomStart.com "It's become a mainstay at bedtime -- and anytime in between."
--Ava Grace's Closet "A great book... I highly encourage all to share this with your own kids!"
--Dad of Divas
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Rating details

74 ratings
3.9 out of 5 stars
5 42% (31)
4 26% (19)
3 19% (14)
2 8% (6)
1 5% (4)
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