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by Ailie Busby,Pat Thomson

  • ISBN: 0439471966
  • Author: Ailie Busby,Pat Thomson
  • ePub ver: 1767 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1767 kb
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Arthur a Levine (April 1, 2003)
  • Formats: lrf azw txt lit
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Animals
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Drat That Fat Cat! Hardcover – November 1, 2003. by. Pat Thomson (Author)

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Pat Thomson (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Pat Thomson (Author), Ailie Busby (Illustrator).

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It reminds me of the Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, which K had asked me if it was like that. Once there was a cat, a fat, fat cat. But was that cat fat enough? No he was not!' No one is safe from Fat Cat's enormous appetite. But watch out - there's a sting in this rib-tickling. You have a cat who is greedy and ends up eating animals because they don't have food for him. A mouse, dog, lady and then a bee which makes him realize that bees sting!!! It is repetitive which is good for those reading.

This fresh version of "Fat Cat" features lots of rhyming words and an infectious chorus.

Drat that fat cat! by. Thomson, Pat, 1939-. Publication date Busby, Ailie, illustrator. Cats - Juvenile fiction, Animals - Juvenile fiction, Cats - Fiction, Animals - Fiction, Animals, Cats. Arthur A. Levine Books. Accelerated Reader . Busby, Ailie, illustrator. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Once there was a cat, a fat, fat cat. But was that cat fat enough? No, he was not! He ate up a rat. He swallowed a dog. He even had an old lady for dessert (it's about time SHE got eaten!). But was that cat fat enough? No, he was not! The adventures of this omnivorous feline are sure to inspire laughter and have young readers chiming in with the refrain.

Drat That Fat Cat! book. Funny book about a cat that keeps eating and eating. Eventually he eats too much and hiccups the food all back up. A feline version of There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly. A good laugh for children.

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Title: Drat That Fat Cat! Binding: Paperback. Condition: Used; Good. My 4 year old grandchild and I love Pat Thomsons books. I used to read "Can you hear me, Grandad" to my daughter years ago. Weight: 200 Gms. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 2 pre-owned listings. A real sence of fun that children love. Nowadays I end up reading by video phone call, but little else has changed. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: New. Best-selling in Fiction.

A fat cat in search of food eats up everything he meets until he swallows a bee.
Comments (7)

Moonshaper
My son loves this book.
Goltikree
My pre-K class of 4 and 5 year olds really enjoyed this and quickly learned the refrain of "Was that cat fat enough? No he was not." I like to do market testing by checking out a library book and reading it to my class before I buy a book and this one passed the test.
Felolv
We picked this book up from K's school library.

This is a kind of funny story. It reminds me of the Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, which K had asked me if it was like that. You have a cat who is greedy and ends up eating animals because they don't have food for him. A mouse, dog, lady and then a bee which makes him realize that bees sting!!! It is repetitive which is good for those reading. The pictures are colorful and drawn you in. I would recommend this for the younger ages on up. I would also say it is an easy read for those that are reading yes there are a lot of words on a page but they are not hard words at all.
Usishele
Written along the same lines as "The lady who swallowed the fly", this story is about a fat cat who goes to see various creatures, including an old lady, asking if they have anything to eat. When they say that they do not, he informs them that he will have to eat them and proceeds to do so!

What "entices" him to hiccup all his "meals" back up? You'll have to read to find out. Delightful, amusing book.
Goktilar
THIS IS A WORTH YOUR MONEY BOOK.WE READ THIS BOOK FROM THE TINKER AFB LIBRARY.MY DAUGHTER ENTERING KINDER IN 2WKS,GOT ALL EXCITED WANTING TO KNOW IF THE CAT WILL EAT THE NEXT CHARACTER AND EVEN THE OLD WOMAN.AS SHE IS LEARNING HER "AT/AP/AG ETC....,THIS IS A EXCELLENT BOOK FOR STARTER.
Quttaro
My daughter and I both enjoyed this book very much. Just the pictures are enough to make you giggle, especially if you've ever known a cat like this! My 3 year old loves to answer the question, "was that cat fat enough" buy yelling "NO HE WAS NOT!!!!". A very fun book!
6snake6
We checked this book out of the library last week, and my 3-year-old daughter loves it. We read it at least 5 times a day and talk about our own fat cat. She loves the refrain of, "Was that cat fat enough? No, he was not!" A winner.
I've been reading this with my baby since she was about 3 months old, and at 8 months it's her favorite book. We tickle and make noises along with the story, and I think that's made her love the book so much. All I have to do is hold the book up and she breaks into a big grin.

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