Cat Jumped In!

Cat Jumped In When someone leaves the kitchen window open Cat jumps in So begins the tale of an outdoor cat who finds his way into a tidy house wreaking havoc at every turn That is until he finds his way in once

Cat Jumped In Tess Weaver, Emily Arnold McCully Basicaly a cat, named Cat, jumps into an open window and gets into all sorts of trouble in the kitchen As the book states It was summer, and someone left the window open Cat jumped in. Cat Jumped In by Tess Weaver Cats will go where cats will go, in a mess, out of a mess, or even make a mess But after all the messy adventures, cat is right where he belongs Not my favorite cat story, but cat owners will relate. Cat Jumped In Book Review Common Sense Media Dec , Every time a cat jumps in the house, he causes trouble trash on the floor, closets up ended, rugs scattered, and paint spattered Kids will enjoy seeing just how bad the chaos can get and will likely identify with the poor cat who gets into trouble so quickly that he barely has time to recover from one accident before he s in another one. Cat Jumped In by Tess Weaver , Reinforced eBay Another treasure for cat lovers from the author of Opera Cat.When someone leaves the kitchen window open, Cat jumps in So begins the tale of an outdoor cat who finds his way into a tidy house, wreaking havoc at every turn. Cat Jumped In by Emily Arnold McCully, Tess Weaver Curiosity doesn t kill the cat, but it sure annoys a homeowner in this vivacious picture book about a wayward feline It was summer, and someone left the window open Cat jumped in begins the adventure Before long, a bold black and white cat is wreaking havoc in the kitchen, the bedroom and eventually the art studio. How High Can A Cat Jump Cat Wisdom How high can a cat jump A young, healthy, average sized cat can jump about six times their length or over eight feet in a single bound thanks to powerful muscles in their back legs see illustration Note the use of his tail for balance It s no wonder table and counter tops are a breeze for most cats to jump on.

  • Title: Cat Jumped In!
  • Author: Tess Weaver Emily Arnold McCully
  • ISBN: 9780618614882
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When someone leaves the kitchen window open, Cat jumps in So begins the tale of an outdoor cat who finds his way into a tidy house, wreaking havoc at every turn That is, until he finds his way in once this time into someone s heart Beautiful, bright watercolors from Caldecott winning illustrator Emily Arnold McCully nearly spring off the page, buoyed by a playfulWhen someone leaves the kitchen window open, Cat jumps in So begins the tale of an outdoor cat who finds his way into a tidy house, wreaking havoc at every turn That is, until he finds his way in once this time into someone s heart Beautiful, bright watercolors from Caldecott winning illustrator Emily Arnold McCully nearly spring off the page, buoyed by a playful text that highlights simple prepositions Preschoolers will delight in Cat s unintended disasters and mess, and the heartwarming story, the product of a pairing of exceptional author and illustrator talents, will charm cat people of any age.

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    1. Cats will go where cats will go, in a mess, out of a mess, or even make a mess! But after all the messy adventures, cat is right where he belongs. Not my favorite cat story, but cat owners will relate.

    2. 3.5 STARSVery cute cat! He jumps in through an open window and proceeds to find lots of fun stuff to get into (and make a mess of). I wasn't sure if the lady was the owner (in which case she should have known better what her cat might get into and not have gotten so upset with the cat when it did!) or whether perhaps the cat was a stray that had wandered into her house (I prefer this interpretation, because it explains her grumpy behavior a bit better). Either way, love the ending!

    3. Very cute pages and accurate depictions of a cat getting into everything. I just can't imagine why the lady kept chasing the cat away. But the end, (view spoiler)[where the artist appreciated the paint splotches the cat left, (hide spoiler)] was cute.

    4. My four-year-old son picked this book out from the library last week. I did not really like this book, but I can't fault the artwork. The cat in the books bears a very strong resemblance to my Buster and is charmingly drawn. I just don't think that the story is charmingly told. At first, I thought the cat was a stray because of the way the owner treated him. When I realized that the cat was actually someone's pet, I was a bit appalled at how poorly he was treated. I know I'm just a couple of cat [...]

    5. I'm trying to find something good to say here but I can't. I guess I'll just go with what I'm thinking right now. The book doesn't suck. But it's nowhere even remotely close to good. My daughter is no genuis but I have higher expectations for her, and that includes when reading. And she meets those expectations. She's not reading classics by herself (or even with me honestly) at the moment but she does enjoy something with a little more. substance. Maybe something happening once in awhile. I'm g [...]

    6. This is a story about a cat who gets into the house, and everywhere it goes it messes stuff up and is yelled at to get out. Eventually it gets into an art studio where it somehow tramples all over the paint and miraculously makes art. It finally found its place in the house and is accepted.

    7. Cat gets into all kinds of trouble in the kitchen, closet, bedroom and art studio until he ends up just where he belongs.

    8. "cats, mess, art, cat makes messes while investigating the house, finally person holds him instead of scaring him"

    9. A cat jumps into a home through an open window and recks havok throughout the house. Getting into food, paint and cloths. Great for a read aloud.

    10. Story of a cat who jumped in through a window and has various adventures and makes a variety of messes as it explores a house.Author Tess Weaver lives in Iowa City.

    11. I love the way Emily Arnold McCully draws cats! Certainly the author, Tess Weaver, understands cat behavior. How can you get mad at a cat that cute?

    12. The cats makes a big mess when it sneaks into the house. Tons of sound wordswould go great with any other stories about messes.

    13. OKdidn't really stand out to me. A cat comes in through an open window and creates havoc. Illustrations were mediocre, as well.

    14. story follows cat's adventures in the house from lurking in the closet to painting by accident. sweet ending.

    15. This cat rules the house and illustrator McCully catches all those trademarks movements and postures. The best detail was Cat shaking the paint "off, off, OFF!"

    16. We were on a "Pet theme" today and this was a great part of our reading time. The cat in the story is awfully curious and gets into everythingOOOOOpppsssss! Fun story to read aloud.

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