Bad Kitty: Kitten Trouble (Paperback Black-And-White Edition)
ISBN: 1250182085
EAN13: 9781250182081
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 31, 2018
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 1" H x 0.31" L x 0.22" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

Bad Kitty: Kitten Trouble (Paperback Black-And-White Edition)

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Book Overview

There's terrible news in the neighborhood next to Kitty's

A conflict there is growing worse and worse. It started as an argument and has now turned into a full-fledged fight. Worst of all: The cat shelter has been destroyed.

Kitty's family decides it's time to do something to help. They have an idea to foster as many displaced kittens as possible.

Kitty won't mind, right?

Well . . . not exactly. Kitty does seem to mind.
She minds A LOT.

Will our favorite bad-tempered friend learn to share her space, her food, and **GASP ** her toys?

Find out in Kitten Trouble, this hilarious and poignant addition to the Bad Kitty series from bestselling author and illustrator Nick Bruel.

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   These books are amazing!
Whether you're a parent or child, this book is guaranteed to have you laughing all the way through. They are tremendously cute and entertaining but also introduce some great vocabulary.
   Bought for christmas for my nephew
Bought this as a Christmas present for my nephew because he has a huge collection of Bad Kitty books. Brand new and in great condition, thanks to Amazon Prime.
   very preachy
Bad Kitty's books were also well received. However, this is not appropriate for children that age. They don't care about your political views, they just want cute stories with simple morals if any. The above 2 star rating is highly recommended.
   Another perfect book
My daughter absolutely loves the series and the whole thing is just too crazy. She will reread them over and over until she can't remember them.
   Great book to read with your child
My daughter absolutely loved the book. Some call it too preachy or too political but considering the times we are in, our kids are experiencing things that they may have questions about. Give us the displaced kittens any day, sometimes they are better than the kitty born next door, he said.
   Too Preachy
Though I'm a HUGE Bad Kitty fan, this book didn't do it for me. They like to figure things out for themselves, not be repeatedly hit over the head by propaganda masquerading as a story. Young children, perhaps as young as 3, might benefit from this. Do yourself a favor and save your money, Staples said.
   A great addition to the series.
Bad Kitty was one of my all-time favorites. It's just that they are laugh out loud funny, Bruno says. I give these books to parents who tell me their kids don't like to read.
   Not the best Bad Kitty
We've loved every Bad Kitty story written. They have had us out loud and were the first chapter books my daughter wanted to read. We were eagerly awaiting the arrival of Kitten Troubles, but alas we didn't love it. While the message is a good one, it's very political and isn't the right audience for most 7-year-olds. My daughter was looking for the humor of the other books and didn't get it here. I do that the author was trying to relay a message and I'm thrilled that this book is supporting a good cause, Melissa said. It's not one that we will read over and over again, and I think the message was missed.