Fat Cat: A Danish Folktale Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-04-22 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 8 user ratings

" Folktales from around the world, including Sierra Leone, Ukraine, France, Denmark, Panama, Nigeria, etc. Delightful and fun. " said.

" A funny folktale for kids. It's part of my Folktales Around the World Unit. " said.

" A Danish folktale about a very hungry and greedy cat who learns the hard way that "Enough is Enough!" Delightful illustrations. " said.

" retelling of a Danish folktale; repetitive phrases and sound noises make this a fun read-aloud; large, colorful illustrationsthemes: cats, gluttony, mice " said.

" I really like it, but the kids in storytime did not seem to like it very much. Oh well - maybe I'll try again with an older audience one of these days. " said.

" Great illustrations, as is usual from Paschkis, but the telling of the tale did not seem to flow or make enough sense. " said.

" A great combination of repetitive-refrain text and perfect illustrations that enhance the story. Plot even held my adult attention. Will definitely be a hit for group read-alouds " said.

" We love this book because it is relatively short, it has a great rhythm for read alouds, it's hilarious and it reminds us of our fat cat. " said.

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