Cats Got Talent by Ron BarrettCats Got Talent by Ron Barrett

Cats Got Talent

byRon BarrettIllustratorRon Barrett

Picture Books | October 7, 2014

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Three crooning kitties launch their singing careers in this adorably entertaining back-alley romp from bestselling illustrator of Superhero Joe and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

Three abandoned cats—Dora, Geneva, and Hal—find themselves in the big city. Dora thinks mostly about her wardrobe. Geneva was a pampered pet but now she is on her own, looking for love. Hal is nothing but trouble. He never saw anything he didn’t wan to get his claws into. These three meet and decide to achieve their dreams by finding fortune as a rock band. Can they possibly succeed? The answer depends on whom you ask.
Title:Cats Got TalentFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.4 inPublished:October 7, 2014Publisher:Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1442494514

ISBN - 13:9781442494510

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Barrett is back with another fun story kids will love. Hal, Dora , and Geneva are three felines who lead very different lives. Hal is your typical alley cat on the prowl for his next tasty meal after being thrown out of his previous home. Dora lived in a dress shop and adored the finer things in life but had been cast out after putting off the well-heeled customers. Geneva was once owned by a movie star but finds herself on the street after her owner’s career reversal. These three kitties find one another and decide to put their talents to use and “sing” for their supper. Barrett’s pencil, watercolor, and ink cartoon art conveys the playfulness of the text. Ideal for a read-aloud, Cats Got Talent will appeal to those younger elementary school age children who have dreams of performing and becoming a superstar. A fun, enjoyable read.–Christopher Lassen, Brooklyn Public Library