Niblet & Ralph /Material type: BookPublisher: New York, NY : Dial Books for Young Readers, Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780735227910; 0735227918.Other title: Niblet and Ralph.Subject(s): Cats -- Fiction | Mistaken identity -- Fiction | Individuality -- Fiction | JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Cats | JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Alternative Family | JUVENILE FICTION / Humorous Stories | Cats -- Juvenile fiction | Mistaken identity -- Juvenile fiction | Individuality -- Juvenile fiction | Animal fiction | Picture books | Picture books | FictionSummary: Two cats that look alike live in the same building and, when they sneak out to visit one another, worry their young owners by their changed behavior.
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|Books||Altadena Main Library||Children's Collection||Children's Picture Books||E OHO (Browse shelf)||Checked out||08/06/2019||39270004733105|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Niblet and Ralph may look a lot alike, but they are very different. Niblet loves noshing on crunchy potato chips. Ralph loves putting on headphones and jamming to his favorite records. But both cats have one thing in common- They love being friends and waving to each other from their windows across the courtyard of the apartment building they live in.<br> <br> One day, Niblet and Ralph decide it's time to meet in person (or in cat?). But when they mistakenly end up at each other's apartments, their owners think that Niblet is Ralph, and Ralph is Niblet! Will Niblet and Ralph be able to switch back to their proper homes, or will they be stuck listening to music (ugh) and eating chips (gross) forever? Better still, will they be able to bring their lovable (if not very observant) human families together?<br> <br> With zany humor and bold, bright art, Zachariah OHora creates a purrrfect picture book for kids, adults, and pets of all ages to enjoy.
Two cats that look alike live in the same building and, when they sneak out to visit one another, worry their young owners by their changed behavior.