Cheetah Can't Lose

Hardcover | February 19, 2013

byBob Shea

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It's race day, and once and for all, it's time to determine the better feline: little cats or big cheetah.

Cheetah might be bigger, taller, stronger, faster . . . but the little cats have some tricks up their sleeves, so don't count them out!

With his signature wit and bold, graphic art, Bob Shea brings us an irresistible story about the difference between brains and brawn.

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It's race day, and once and for all, it's time to determine the better feline: little cats or big cheetah.Cheetah might be bigger, taller, stronger, faster . . . but the little cats have some tricks up their sleeves, so don't count them out!With his signature wit and bold, graphic art, Bob Shea brings us an irresistible story about the...

Bob Shea is the author ofBig Plans, illustrated by Lane Smith. He is also the author and illustrator ofI'm a Shark;Oh, Daddy!;Race You to Bed;New Socks; and the wildly popular Dinosaur vs. series. Bob lives in Connecticut with his family. He can eat way more pie than Cheetah.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 10.5 × 8.5 × 0.25 inPublished:February 19, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061730831

ISBN - 13:9780061730832

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“The art’s lively energy keeps the book buzzing … Kids will enjoy having one over on Cheetah as they see what’s coming, and they’ll appreciate an ending twist in which the loudmouthed braggart does not learn a lesson and the smaller felines suggest that winning isn’t actually everything.”