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Mister Kitty Is Lost!

by Greg Pizzoli

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A child and dog search for a lost pet, Mister Kitty, as the child describes what Mister Kitty looks like to the reader.
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A little girl searches for her lost kitty. She identifies attributes (e.g. five yellow spots), but cutouts on each page that seem to match her description are something different with a page turn (e.g. five yellow snakes). When the girl at last DOES find "Mister Kitty," it turns out to be a lion! A friendly lion...but now, where is her dog?

A storytime grand slam - perfect for toddlers and preschool. ( )
  JennyArch | Dec 13, 2023 |
My storytime kids greatly enjoyed the surprise of what Mister Kitty was....and guessing what the numbers actually were representative of ;) ( )
  msgabbythelibrarian | Jun 11, 2023 |
Clever and cute ( )
  melodyreads | Mar 1, 2023 |
First sentence: Mister Kitty is Lost! Can you help me find him? Have you seen Mister Kitty? He is hiding somewhere inside this book. Will you turn the pages and help me look? Mister Kitty has 5 yellow spots. Do you see five yellow spots?

Premise/plot: Mister Kitty is Lost! is an interactive read to share with young ones. Most pages--if not all--ask a question [or two]. This one has plenty of opportunities for adults and little ones to interact not only with each other but with the text, the book, itself.

My thoughts: I absolutely loved this one. I loved the suspense. I was expecting a surprise regarding Mister Kitty's appearance/identity. I was not disappointed. I didn't know exactly *what* to expect, but I knew there had to be a humorous twist. Something that made Mister Kitty super-unique. I loved the humor of this one. I loved the interactive nature of this one. It reminds me of some of my favorite preschool programs. ( )
  blbooks | Feb 13, 2023 |
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Simple and delightful. A preschool crowd pleaser.
 
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