Dragon's Fat Cat

Dragon's Fat Cat

Dragon's Fourth Tale

Book - 1992
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Dragon finds a fat cat in the snow outside his house, brings it inside, and soon has a family.
Publisher: New York : Orchard Books, c1992
ISBN: 9780531085820
0531085821
Branch Call Number: JP/Pilke 49
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill. --

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csrestall
Jan 26, 2017

This is a beginner chapter book. Dragon adopts/rescues a cat that he finds outside his house frozen in the snow. He names it Cat. He learns about taking care of Cat, and what to do when you have a pet. This is a great book it teaches children about pets. I love Dragon, fun quick read for my students.

JINGNA_1 Jul 25, 2013

Hehe This is such a great book!

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Ubalstecha
Dec 13, 2011

Dragon adopts a cat that he finds sitting outside his house one day. He and the cat quickly establish a typical cat/owner relationship. That is that the cat rules the household.

Like any Dav Pilkey book, this is a humourous story that young children will enjoy. It's status as an early reader will also appeal to parents looking to stretch their children's reading.

Fun!

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csrestall
Jan 26, 2017

Dragon hears a cat meowing out side, after some time the cat becomes buried and frozen in the snow. Dragon brings him inside and thaws him by the fire. Dragon decides to keep the cat and names him Cat. Dragon soon finds out that owning a cat is more difficult than he thought. Dragon has to go to the pet store to get some things for Cat, he takes Cat with him. When he gets home he realizes that he forgot Cat at the pet store. Dragon looks every where for him. They are eventually reunited and return home to sleep.

RDPL_SRC Jul 16, 2012

Dragon gets more then he bargains for when he adopts a stray cat.

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csrestall
Jan 26, 2017

csrestall thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and under

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