Saturday, March 10, 2012

A Bad Kitty Christmas

Title: A Bad Kitty Christmas
Author: Nick Bruel
Published: 2011
Synopsis from Goodreads

A HILARIOUS NEW HOLIDAY PICTURE BOOK ABOUT EVERYONE'S FAVORITE NAUGHTY FELINE "Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the city, not a creature was stirring...Except for BAD KITTY." A greedy Bad Kitty didn't get all the presents she wanted for Christmas, but after she goes on a Christmas caper across town and through multiple alphabets, she makes a new friend, finds an old friend, and learns the true meaning of Christmas. Or not. Nick Bruel's first picture book about Bad Kitty since the uproarious Poor Puppy in 2007 is full of rhyming mayhem... and Christmas cheer.

Merry Christmas Kitty!!

Christmas is almost here!! And Bad Kitty is not too thrilled. She can't stand the lights, the trees, the Santas, the yuletide cheese!!

Kitty just wants to terrorize. That's what kitties do. By ripping up paper and giving the wreath a good chew.

Isn't that just like a kitty?

Always getting into anything that is Christmas? My two kitties are so bad that we actually have to put up a tiny tree way up high on a shelf. We used to put up a big tree but they kept climbing it and breaking bulbs, eating tinsel, and ripping anything with fake snow on to shreds.

I kind of feel they might have read the beginning of this book as an instruction manual on how to be a proper bad kitty during the holidays.

**Note: Kitties should not read this book from Thanksgiving to New Years. This may result in some unwanted mishaps.

"A Bad Kitty Christmas" is right now my favorite Bad Kitty book. It is told similar to "Twas the Night Before Christmas" as you here how she terrorizes Christmas and then finds it in her heart to not be so bad when she meets an Old Woman who doesn't have any family nearby during the holidays.

This truly is a great Christmas book.

I think this would be perfect to be read to the little ones by Grandma and Grandpa. Or maybe if Grandma doesn't live nearby (like mine did)

The artwork was great
And they rhyming was awesome.
This Bad Kitty book
Tickled my soft spot.

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