Clever Cat

Clever Cat Peter Collington recognized master of wordless picture books proves in this funny feline fantasy that he is just as entertaining with words and pictures Tibs the orange tabby hero of Clever Cat kn
  • Title: Clever Cat
  • Author: Peter Collington
  • ISBN: 9780375804779
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Clever Cat
    Peter Collington, recognized master of wordless picture books, proves in this funny feline fantasy that he is just as entertaining with words and pictures.Tibs, the orange tabby hero of Clever Cat, knows that being the cat of a busy working family means patiently waiting around a lot to be let out, to be let in, to be fed So one day Tibs takes matters into his own paws.Peter Collington, recognized master of wordless picture books, proves in this funny feline fantasy that he is just as entertaining with words and pictures.Tibs, the orange tabby hero of Clever Cat, knows that being the cat of a busy working family means patiently waiting around a lot to be let out, to be let in, to be fed So one day Tibs takes matters into his own paws To the amazement of his family, he opens up a can of cat food and serves himself Soon he s a cat about town, with a set of house keys to come and go as he pleases and the use of Mrs Ford s bank card to buy his own food and a few other things that tickle his fancy He regards the other kitties in the neighborhood, snoozing in the sun all day, and thinks, What a bore But when Mrs Ford s monthly bank statement arrives, suddenly this clever cat must earn his keep, and Tibs begins to wonder if he s too smart for his own good.
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  • Is clever cat so clever He learns to do things for himself feed himself, shop, use his own keys to the house, and everyone says how clever his is Then comes the responsibility lesson from his owners paying rent, getting a job Most people over 25 can relate to the responsibilities we take on as be become clever adults.


  • Problem 1 The family in this story is rude toward, and lazy when it comes to responsibly feeding, their cat.Fun element to story Cat turns out to be clever, able to take care of himself With a key to the house, the family s bank card, and a job, his family and the reader alike are impressed.Problem 2 The grand finale is the cat deciding he is better off to act incapable and laze about, gaining the approval of the street cats Once again, he is called dumb by the owners and waits and waits for han [...]


  • This book is funny and intelligent, hence ideal for cat lovers naturally attuned to things funny and intelligent It tells the story of a a seemingly extraordinary cat who learns just how clever all the lazing, tinned food eating felines around him really are Collington s detailed pictures capture every emotion on the hero s sweet face and match his text perfectly A good choice for readers of all ages, especially older ones.


  • I would like to give this book a higher rating because it s a cute story about a cat that decides he s tired of waiting to be fed and takes things into his own paws, but the Ford family calls the cat stupid and dumb and I didn t want Asher 4 years old to get ideas about names he could call his brother.The illustrations were quite engaging.


  • the kids really liked this one, I personally found it a little odd, didn t really like the illustrations the story had a peculiar point.I think the kids liked the idea of the cat opening cans using the front door key.


  • I think this book is great and I pictures make me really laugh It s a good book to teach a cat a lesson, but if kids try and use the lesson from it then they ll all end up as 40 year old unemployed couch potatos living at home still with no plans to ever move out I still like it though.






  • Cat is tired of waiting for his breakfast and discovers he can do it for himself He should takes on other tasks for the household but is it worth it


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