Rich Cat, Poor Cat

Rich Cat, Poor Cat Rich Cat, Poor Cat Waber, Bernard Livres NotRetrouvez Rich Cat, Poor Cat Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D OccasionRich Cat, Poor Cat By Bernard WaberNotRetrouvez Rich Cat, Poor Cat By Bernard Waberet Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D OccasionRich Cat Poor Cat Livres NotRetrouvez Rich Cat Poor Cat Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D Occasion Rich Cat, Poor Cat By Bernard Waber Goodreads This Book Contrasts The Lives Of Pampered Pet Cats With A Street Cat Who Is Desperately Wishing For A Home While The Fantasy Element Gets A Little Silly Sometimes Cats Who Go On Fabulous European Vacations , It Is A Reminder That Stray Pets Need Love, Too The Ending Is Very Sweet And Happy Rich Cat, Poor Cat By Bernard Waber Books On Rich Cat, Poor Cat Ebook Written By Bernard Waber Read This Book Using Google Play Books App On Your PC, Android, IOS Devices Download For Offline Reading, Highlight, Bookmark Or Take Notes While You Read Rich Cat, Poor Cat RICH CAT POOR CAT By Bernard Waber Rich Cat Poor Cat Is A Marvelous Book For Helping To Instill Empathy And Concern For Those Less Fortunate Feline Or Otherwise And What A Great EndingreviewStars Darling Book This Book Is Just A Total Treat The Illustrations Are Wonderful And Endearing The Human And Feline Expressions Never Cease To Charm The Verse Is Intelligent And Rythmic, Without Being SappyRich Cat, Poor Cat Book,WorldCat The Contrasting Lives Of Two Kinds Of Cats Rich Ones Who Have Special Care, And Poor Ones Like Scat Who Sleeps Wherever She Can Download Rich Cat Poor Cat PDF Search Engine A Collection Of Short Stories Starring Koko And Yum Yum The Fantastic Feline Duo From The Bestselling Cat Who Series What Could Bepurrfect For Fans Of The Cat Who Series Than An Intimate Look At The Private Lives Of Those Extraordinary Siamese Cats Koko And Yum Yum The Most Unlikely, Most Unusual, Most Delightful Team In Detective Fiction In This Charming Collection Of Feline Antics, You Ll Discover Why

Bernard Waber was the youngest in a creative family. At age 8, he ushered in a movie theater after school, so he often saw only the last ten minutes of a movie. He made a game of inventing beginnings and middles. When he returned from a tour of duty in World War II, he entered the Philadelphia College of Art. With a diploma and a new wife, he traveled to New York City, where he began working for t

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Rich Cat, Poor Cat
  • Bernard Waber
  • English
  • 24 September 2017
  • 9780590430913

10 thoughts on “Rich Cat, Poor Cat

  1. says:

    This one never gets old. It's the timeless story of a cat who longs for something more in life than the streets of the big city.

  2. says:

    I loved this book! The watercolor/magic marker-colored vintage late 1960s graphics were nothing short of amazing, while the basic story of the contrasts between a cat with a home and a homeless cat actually choked me up (a cat-loving softie) a bit. Like the best children's books, this one can be read and interpreted on multiple levels: A simple surface story of two very different cats is one. Another makes a case for treating cats (and all creatures, really) with compassion...everyone wants love. Still another makes a case for adopting "homeless" cats. As a 49-year old man, I also read it on another level: That of the "haves" and the "have-nots" in our society, especially relevant as I write this near the end of 2011 & in the midst of the Occupy movement here in the US. Thanks for the recommendation Heather!

  3. says:

    Cute payoff, but a bit long and repetitive. The illustrations are good and are worthy of a more sophisticated story.

  4. says:

    This is a book from my childhood that my mother was getting rid of; so I grabbed it and absorbed it into my own library. :D

    I loooooove reading this to my cats. They *never* get that they should be happy they aren't Scat, instead they want to be one of the rich cats.

  5. says:

    This was my favorite book as a kid. The book helps teach children the importance of family and adopting shelter pets.

  6. says:

    This book contrasts the lives of pampered pet cats with a street cat who is desperately wishing for a home. While the fantasy element gets a little silly sometimes (cats who go on fabulous European vacations), it is a reminder that stray pets need love, too. The ending is very sweet and happy.

  7. says:

    It's a extremely sad/funny children's book about a homeless cat named Scat (because that's what everyone yells at it) ... I love it but I'd never read it to a child!!! (in the end, the cat gets adopted and is renamed Gwendolyn)

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