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Bad Kitty searching for Santa /

by Bruel, Nick [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Bruel, Nick. Bad Kitty: Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2019.Edition: First edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 poster.ISBN: 9781250198433 : HRD; 1250198437 : HRD.Subject(s): Cats -- Fiction | Santa Claus -- Fiction | Christmas -- FictionSummary: When Kitty wants to write a letter with her Christmas wish, she is not so sure that she has been good this year and wonders if that will affect whether Santa gives her what she is asking for.
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Kitty wants to write a letter.Actually, she wants to write a letter to Santa. But has Kitty been good this year? Hmmm . . . Kitty's not so sure. She writes the letter anyway and is soon on her way to meet Santa in real life at the mall! Will she make it in time? Will Santa give Kitty what she's asking for?

"Includes poster!"--Cover.

When Kitty wants to write a letter with her Christmas wish, she is not so sure that she has been good this year and wonders if that will affect whether Santa gives her what she is asking for.

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Horn Book Review

Kitty wants to give her wish-list letter directly to "Santa" at a nearby store. On the way, she encounters so many Santa-costumed charity workers (plus one dog and...an octopus?) that she becomes frazzled. Arriving at the store to find it closed does nothing to improve Kitty's mood, nor does opening a bunch of packages containing ugly sweaters. Happily, Santa-or whoever read the letter-pulls through. As usual in this series, Kitty's "bad" behavior, communicated entirely in the bright and expressive cartoon illustrations, is relatable as well as funny. The offstage narrator's droll tone and the smart pacing of page-turns and occasional panels heighten the humor. Katie Bircher November/December 2019 p.27(c) Copyright 2019. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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