In the city, the cats come out to play at night. They share all their fun and show us all the things they find as they explore the city: from a hoot owl to cat karaoke to late night workers.
White text and colorful cats create a lighthearted contrast in this tale of cats who come out at night to play. The illustrations are simple and offer some humor for adults (Rats v. Cats as a theater sign). The rhyme is okay, but not particularly clever. Overall, this is a book you may read a couple of times with your cat-loving toddler, and then they'll be ready to move on.
Toddlers and very young cat lovers will enjoy following these city felines during their night on the town.
This is a rhyming picture book about city cats playing at night.
This book is most useful with toddlers. Each page is filled with colorful cats, and you can practice recognizing colors and counting.
8 and Up
2 to 6
Borrow. This will be fun for a few readings, but that is about it.