Where Is That Cat?

Where Is That Cat One morning when Miss Perkins steps outside to check her mailbox she finds something unexpected a cat Miss Perkins keeps a very tidy house so she must find a new home for her furry visitor But when

  • Title: Where Is That Cat?
  • Author: Carol Greene Loretta Krupinski
  • ISBN: 9780786804573
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One morning, when Miss Perkins steps outside to check her mailbox, she finds something unexpected a cat Miss Perkins keeps a very tidy house, so she must find a new home for her furry visitor But whenever someone comes to adopt Fitz, he seems to have disappeared Young readers will delight in finding clever Fitz as he hides on the lavishly illustrated pages of this charOne morning, when Miss Perkins steps outside to check her mailbox, she finds something unexpected a cat Miss Perkins keeps a very tidy house, so she must find a new home for her furry visitor But whenever someone comes to adopt Fitz, he seems to have disappeared Young readers will delight in finding clever Fitz as he hides on the lavishly illustrated pages of this charming story.

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    About “Carol Greene Loretta Krupinski

    • Carol Greene Loretta Krupinski

      Has degrees in English Literature and musicology She has worked in international exchange programs, as an editor, and as a teacher of writing Lives in Webster Groves, Missouri.

    261 thoughts on “Where Is That Cat?

    • One simply must conclude that Carol Greene and Loretta Krupinski know cats--and young children. The predictable plot heightened the kindergarteners' interest as they announced confidently, "They're not going to find him," as each would-be cat owner came to visit. Ms. Krupinski's illustrations provided fun as the children found the cat hiding--a favorite was in the umbrella stand, his tail properly curled like an umbrella handle. We're hardwired to delight in surprises, for sure--but we also appr [...]


    • This was such a cute book. It's definitely Mary Jane's favorite out of the last batch of library books I brought home. She keeps requesting that I read it and she's started trying to read along with me since there's a definite repetition that she can catch onto and predict what I'm going to read next (like, "where is that cat?"). It's about an old woman who finds a cat out in the snow and brings it in so she can try to find its owner. She puts an ad in the newspaper and people keep coming by the [...]


    • Ok, I'm a sucker for a cat book, and this one was cute! An old lady finds a stray cat shivering in the cold, and takes him in and feeds him. She names him Fitz, because just as she asks him his name he sneezes when a snowflake lands on his nose, and it sounds like "Fitz!" That is SO cute-- I wish I'd thought of it! However, she's determined not to keep him, and advertises for a home for him. Fitz, though, has other ideas, as cats always do. I loved Loretta Krupinski's illustrations, and children [...]


    • As anyone who lives with cats knows, cats do their own thing. When a non-cat person shows up the cat will invariably sit in that person's lap. Where is that Cat? by Carol Greene is all about once such cat and the old lady he befriends.Miss Perkins finds a kitten whom she names Fitz. She's not much of a cat person but she can see he needs a home. She offers him a temporary one while she searches for someone to adopt him. Except every time someone comes by, Fitz is hiding.Sharp-eyed children will [...]


    • Awoman takes in a stray cat, then advertizes to find a home for it. Children will like looking for the cat in each picture spread.


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