Millions of Cats (Book & Cassette Tape) Paperback – 1989
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THIS IS A TERRIFIC BOOK WITH LOVELY ILLUSTRAIONS. IT TEACHESA LESSON: nOT ALWAYS THE TALLEST, SMARTEST, OR PRETTIEST IS THE BEST. NO WONDER IT WAS A 1929 NEWBERY HONOR BOOK!! FOR AGES
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Unfortunately, it was a book that was suggested reading for my 6 year old son, in grade 1. I wouldn't have bought this book, if I had read it first. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Helen
Very easy to get through, quirky, with just enough substance to be satisfying, and...well, for goodness sake: Millions of Cats. What else can be said? MILLIONS OF CATS! Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Molnar
This black and white picture book is a tale of a very lonely, old couple who live in a "nice clean house which had flowers all around it, except where the door was. Read morePublished on July 31 2013 by Storywraps
I ordered this book because it was one of my favorites as a child. This edition didn't disappoint. The pictures are whimsical and funny and the story is sweet and fun to read... Read morePublished on April 16 2013 by EM
I had this book as a child, and had saved it for when I had my own children. When my daughter was a baby, she found it and tore it up, and I didn't think I would be able to find it... Read morePublished on Nov. 13 2012 by Avaren
This well written child's tale has stood up well to the test of time. Perfect for children from 6 to 60.Published on Sept. 18 2011 by Neil Vallance
The illustrations more than the text make this story. If you stop to think about what happens to all the cats it's a bit disturbing. Read morePublished on April 28 2004 by Sarah Sammis