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5-minute Pete The Cat Stories (2017)


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Picture BooksPICTURE/FAVORITES/PETEDue 11-12-19
Picture BooksPICTURE/FAVORITES/PETEDue 11-11-19
Picture BooksPICTURE/FAVORITES/PETEDue 11-18-19
Published: New York, NY : HarperFestival, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017] China ©2017
Series: Pete the cat.
Edition:  First Edition
Description:  192 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780062470195, 0062470191,
Language:  English

"Includes 12 groovy stories!"--Cover

Pete the cat and the bad banana. Pete the Cat bites into a bad banana and vows never to eat bananas again, even though he generally likes the fruit

Go, Pete, go! A groovy Pete the Cat adaptation of "The Tortoise and the Hare" finds a bike-riding Pete accepting a challenge from Turtle, who has a new racing car with cool gadgets

Sir Pete the brave. When a dragon kidnaps Lady Callie, Sir Pete the Brave must come to her rescue

Rock on, mom and dad! Pete the cat decides to surprise his Mom and Dad to express his gratitude for everything they do for him

Pete the Cat's train trip. Embarking on a train trip to visit his grandmother, Pete the Cat accompanies the conductor on a tour of the train, looks at the engine and blows the whistle while making new friends and playing train-themed games

Scuba-Cat. As Pete the Cat searches underwater for a seahorse, he comes into contact with all manner of sea creatures

Valentine's Day is cool. Pete the Cat thinks Valentine's Day isn't cool-- until he realizes how many special cats there are in his life!

Cavecat Pete. Pete the Cat grooves back in time to the Jurassic era, where under the guise of "Cavecat Pete," he helps his herbivore and carnivore friends learn to get along

Pete the Cat at the beach. "Pete is spending the day at the seashore. He has fun collecting shells and building a sand castle. But the beach is very hot. There is a whole ocean for Pete to cool off in, but it looks scary. Pete's brother, Bob, offers to teach Pete to surf. Will that be enough to help Pete get over his fear of the water?"--Description from Amazon.com

Pete's big lunch. Pete the cat shares his big lunch with his friends

Robo-Pete. When Pete's friends don't want to play the same games as he does, Pete has a great idea--he'll build a robot that's just like him! But when Robo-Pete gets a little out of control, Pete realizes the best thing about his friends is that no matter what they like to play, it's always fun when they're all together

Construction destruction. Pete the cat gets construction workers and equipment to build the coolest playground ever

Ages 4-8

Pete the cat and the bad banana -- Go, Pete, go! -- Sir Pete the brave -- Rock on, mom and dad! -- Pete the Cat's train trip -- Scuba-Cat -- Valentine's Day is cool -- Cavecat Pete -- Pete the Cat at the beach -- Pete's big lunch -- Robo-Pete -- Construction destruction

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Very fun, better than I expected

Looking at the cover, I thought this would be some churned out kids candy. But, I was happily wrong and actually found myself enjoying it a lot.
The art has this childlike quality like a kid's doodle that works well with the story.
The writing has a fun, kinda mock hipster feel that actually makes me think of a specific voice in my head that I use to read it. Most of the stories have a "moral" that is silly but fun. My kids enjoy reading it.
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