Cats' Night Out: A Foot-Tapping, Finger-Snapping Counting Book by Caroline StutsonCats' Night Out: A Foot-Tapping, Finger-Snapping Counting Book by Caroline Stutson

Cats' Night Out: A Foot-Tapping, Finger-Snapping Counting Book

byCaroline StutsonIllustratorJon Klassen

Picture Books | March 23, 2010

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From two cats waltzing to twenty cats in a conga line, dancing felines take to the streets, the fire escapes, and the rooftops in this charming concept picture book that is part counting and part introduction to music, dance, and rhythm. The short rhyming text makes it a perfect read-aloud treat, and with vivid illustrations from a breakout DreamWorks animator, readers and listeners alike will be thrilled to see what happens one night on Easy Street when a pair of cats start to groove to the beat.
Jon Klassen is a writer and illustrator of children's books. He won the 2013 Caldecott Medal for illustration, recognizing This Is Not My Hat, which he also wrote. He is also well known for his 2011 picture book I Want My Hat Back. Jon studied animation at Sheridan College. He moved to Los Angeles after graduation and made an animated ...
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Title:Cats' Night Out: A Foot-Tapping, Finger-Snapping Counting BookFormat:Picture BooksProduct dimensions:32 pages, 10 X 8 X 0.5 inShipping dimensions:32 pages, 10 X 8 X 0.5 inPublished:March 23, 2010Publisher:Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1416940057

ISBN - 13:9781416940050

Appropriate for ages: 4

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"...Klassen’s retro-looking illustrations of a posse of cool cats, in pale pink tuxedos and poodle skirts, are fun to look at. Lights dimly glow in the background from elegant French casements and alley tenements alike, as though the black, white and gray cats had the free run of the city."--New York Times, August 15th 2010