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ISBN

9780061915161

Publication Date

2012

Publisher

Harper Collins Children's Books

City

New York, NY

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

Children's literature, reviews, cats, homophones, homonyms

Review

Lillian, Tilly, and William J. plan to go on a quiet picnic but find themselves off on a wild adventure full of tangled-up homophones and homonyms. Will they successfully flee that steer, steer that plane, and end this cat tale with their cat tails safely attached? Hall’s bright, simple illustrations nicely complement his fast-paced wordplay. Parents and teachers can use the book to introduce homophones and homonyms, but even young children will enjoy this story just for fun. Highly recommended. Emily Hartman, Centennial Library Intern.

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Review of <i>Cat Tale</i> by Michael Hall

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