Splat the Cat: Up in the Air at the Fair (I Can Read Level 1) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-01-13 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 14 user ratings

" Lexi and I liked this book but not as much as the others we have read together. It really didn't hold her attention.We will reread it later on and hopefully she will like it better.But still Splat is awesome! " said.

" Splat and his friends are excited to go to the county fair. BUT Kitty has broken her leg and in a wheelchair and unable to go and have fun. The others go and says they will bring something back for her to make her feel better. The story follows them through the fun of their day and the reward of making their friend happy. " said.

" This is a "Beginning 1 Reading" book meaning it has simple sentences for eager new readers. To me, level 1 would be a short book with a few easy words per page. This book has a lot of words for a new reader. Or maybe it's just my child who gets tired reading.The front cover has a list of 12 words that end in -air for your child to find (air, chair, despair, eclair, fair, flair, hair, lair, pair, stairs, unfair, wheelchair) and tells them sometimes the same sound is spelled -are. " said.

" It really bothers me that this book has cats eating chocolate eclairs. Cats (and dogs!) should not be eating chocolate - at all! Furthermore, I have a cat named Spike - and, I would hate for children to feed him chocolate, because of this crappy book.I was very underwhelmed by this book - even though I usually enjoy books from the Splat the Cat series. " said.

"A Lilac Wolf and Stuff Review

Great format for Kindle Fire. It's an early reader, so it uses simple words to tell a cute story. Kitten broke her leg and can't go to the fair. Splat and his friends, Plank and Spike, go without her. They want to bring her something, though. Zany antics ensue...ok, not that zany. We all knew Spike was going to eat those doughnuts when the bought them. Why would they let him hold them??? Then, I'm not sure if they had to go because it was time, or because they ticked off a carny...
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" I absolutely love Splat books. They rhyme and are always showcasing good behaviors I want them to have. " said.

"I love Splat the Cat books. This was the first one I purchased when the grands were little. I'm especially fond of the illustrations. I've since purchased several for them in print, but they're just as beautiful in eBook. The cat dressed up as a clown is hilarious, as well as the cat in charge of the game booth. He looks like a circus master with the crazy mustache. I love the subtle sense of humor such as the smudges of chocolate all over the cat who ate the eclairs.

This reminds me that I need more of these.
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" Splat the Cat and his friends Spike and Plank turn up to Kitten's house to take her to the fair. But alas, Kitten has broken her leg and is confined to a wheelchair. The friends go to the fair, but look for a gift to take home to Kitten. Will it be a funny hat, a chocolate eclair or something else?A nice story with fun illustrations designed for beginning readers. A lot of the words end in 'air' or 'are' so it can also help children identify rhymes. " said.

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