This was a good book. I enjoyed hearing the story of Paris Cat and her adventures.
Paris Cat was in Paris and she was a cat in Paris. She lived with a bunch of other cats—brothers and sisters and aunts and uncles and cousins—but she wanted to see more of the world, so she did. She met Josephine Baker and Edith Piaf, who were two amazing women. And Cat was amazing, too. She used snippets of cloth and sewed them together.
I loved how Paris Cat danced the night away with Josephine Baker. If I were Paris Cat, I’d have lots of relatives, but I wouldn’t want to eat fish heads—that’s gross. And the dark alley she lived down was a little scary, but I didn’t mind that too much.
Paris Cat had an amazing life, and I wonder what kinds of other adventures she’ll have. I wish the book was longer. The map of Paris in the front was really amazing.
|Format||Hardcover Picture Book|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Tiny Owl Publishing|
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