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The 300 Pound Cat

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | The 300 Pound Cat.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Rosamond Dauer(Author)

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William Cat begins life as a very tiny newborn kitten, but he grows and grows and grows, until Dr. Cat is called in to solve the problem

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  • PDF | 32 pages
  • Rosamond Dauer(Author)
  • Avon Books (March 1, 1983)
  • English
  • 9
  • Children's Books

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  • By Susan Seymour on March 13, 2014

    This paperback version is smaller and in black and white -- it's still fun, and since I have both paperback and hardcover, I won't mind letting my grandgirl read this one for herself.William the Cat has an ironcast digestion. While his dietary habits cause concern to his parents and family doctor, William convinces them to try some additions to their diet. Fun for grownups with great sound effects for reading to little ones.

  • By tvtv3 on April 14, 2014

    The title character of THE 300 POUND CAT is a young male cat named William. William is one hungry cat with an iron stomach. First he starts eating turnips and looks like a turnip. Then he starts eating typewriters and begins to look like a typewriter and then he begins eating boots and starts to look like a boot. His parents and his doctor are worried, but other than weighing 300 pounds, William’s completely healthy. How can his parents and his doctor get him to cut down on his eating? THE 300 POUND CAT was a book that I owned when I was in 2nd grade and it was one of my favorite go-to books and I still get a joy out of re-reading it time to time. It’s a book kids will love and one that adults probably won’t grow tired of reading, either.

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