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10 thoughts on “Itty Bitty Kitty

  1. Nicole Nicole says:

    I read this with my 7 year old daughter today It was cute with fun brightly colored illustrations I wasn't real thrilled that the story starts out with the little girl defying her parents by sneaking a kitten into her house but it was still a cute story and my daughter giggled at some of the mishaps that happened with Ava and her new kitten

  2. zapkode zapkode says:

    My Thoughts – Itty Bitty Kitty is a sweet story about a little girl named Ava that really wants a pet One day she is outside moping and she ends up on a bench next to a box with a itty bitty kitty inside She takes the itty bitty kitty home and she hides it She takes well care of it and hopes when her parents finally find out that they will let her keep it However when they find out they want the kitty gone the next day The night before the kitty is suppose to leave the kitty does something that helps to change the minds of Ava’s parents and they allow her to keep the kitty I wonder what that could be?The illustrations in this book go so nicely with the story inside the pages I really enjoyed the vibrant colors the words matching the pictures and the overall fun way that the book is put together The author and the illustrator did a wonderful job on this book and I look forward to seeing like it in the future

  3. Stacie Stacie says:

    Itty Bitty Kitty is a charming tale of a darling little girl who wants nothing than to have a cat of her own So when mom and dad tell Ava she's not ready to have a pet she's devastated Then one day Ava finds a tiny little kitten in need of a home She can't wait to prove to her parents that she is old enough to take care of a kitten In the meantime she'll have to keep Itty Bitty a secret but that's becoming increasingly difficult since Itty Bitty isn't so itty bitty any What will mom and dad do when they learn the truth?​Itty Bitty Kitty is an amusing tale full of creative and colorful illustrations Although not entirely told in rhyme the author's use of rhyming text adds to the amusement Little ones as well as their parents will find the story entertaining and fun and it's certain to become a fast favorite I highly recommend picking up a copy

  4. Terry Terry says:

    I am a dog person but I loved Itty Bitty Kitty The illustrations add expressiveness and whimsy; the story is fun and engaging Every pet hopeful child over the age of 3 will see themselves in Ava Last but not least I especially love see the rest of this sentence in our full review

  5. Gwen Gwen says:

    I swear I had to read this 15 times while we had it checked out at one point I had to hide it under my daughters bed so we could find something new to read I think the big purple kitty just kept catching her eye

  6. Brittany Brittany says:

    A purrrr fect read aloud for preschoolers

  7. Oh My Bookness Oh My Bookness says:

    Book Giveaway One Free signed Copy of Itty Bitty Kitty by Moan Holub Enter for your chance for a FREE SIGNED COPY of the bookohmybooknessbookpressreleasesblogspoThe main character Ava is a vivacious little girl who just wants her own pet At her age who doesn't Even as we get older our love for animals for most just grows stronger but we understand the responsibility that comes with them At Ava's age reponsibility is far from her mind or I should say the responsibility of owning work as well as the care and money is needed At Ava's age animals are cute and cuddle and make us smile constantly and when told no they are like a forbidden fruit you must have When you read Itty Bitty Kitty by Joan Holub and lllustrated by James Burks you will see bold colorful illustrations that are fun and warm the heart The text if you have children of your own know friends that do and are around them or baby sat before you can see how the description of Ava and her personality are not to far stretched for someone her age How the imagery brings the text to life acting every scene to a T Even though it is called Itty Bitty Kitty by Joan Holub and lllustrated by James Burks the image of the cat is not so Itty like a fat fun tabby That's the thing when we see a cat when we're young even as we get older we commonly say kitty or come here itty kitty or even itty bitty kitty It's a story children will fall in love with if it's with the vibrant full of life imagery the story even both That's what makes it great if one night they don't want to read and enjoy the pictures it's as if the pictures tell the story in itself The way the author and illustrator worked together you can see thee understanding and pride both put into their work What I found ironic about this story and yes you maybe thinking when you read this SHE SHOULD KNOW BETTER SHE IS OLDENOUGH But that's the great thing about animals they always tend towarmmyour heart As the story goes my sister was ruffly around 12 and wanted a cat My parents said no of course your nor reposible yet to take care of one your own Being summertime get a phone call Daddy please pick me up I found a kitten dumped in a pond can I have bim? Believing that the kitten really was my dad said yes until we can find a better home but all a long my sisters friend cat had a litter and ready to go home so she damped him down with a wet cloth and wrapped him in a blanket than stood by a pond that was could not cover your shoe The point is when she asked like Ava if she could have a cat she was told no Like Ava she seemed away to get one and of course even a years later after the truth came out Tigger would be the big man on campusFor this story I know Ava tried to hide hers but it shows in Ava's and my older sister animal lovers and cute faces win everytime Itty Bitty Kitty by Joan Holub and lllustrated by James Burks is a relatable story both young old and in between will enjoy

  8. M.M. Hudson M.M. Hudson says:

    Have you or someone you have known ever want a pet of your own? I know I have This book is all about that want becoming a reality in a fun wayJoan Holub does it again in this book when she writes about Ava who wants a kitty Her writing style is not completely in rhyme but many fun rhyming words are included I loved some of the words like cutie pattotie and of course itty bittyI liked how Ava tries to hide her kitty until the right time to tell mom and dad but the hiding gets a little out of hand The story was absolutely adorable and the twist at the end was pricelessI can tell you that my grandchildren have had me read this to them several times already because the love it so muchThe illustrations include Ava's own drawing of cats all over the house which is a fun little secret in itself The pictures were larger than life bold and colorful which added to the overall greateness of this bookI urge you to pick up a copy today and without a doubt this book gets 5 starsDisclosure I received this book for my open and honest opinionThe review here is 100% my own and may differ from yours Naila Moon

  9. Margaret Chind Margaret Chind says:

    Originally posted on Creative Madness MamaThe first I notice is on the cover that is indeed NOT an itty bitty kitty Secondly Joan Holub I love Joan Holub  There is a plethora of rhymes in these pages and the story is poetic in style Itty Bitty is a kitty on nearly a 'Clifford' scale Ava's parents are in a no mood to the idea of a new kitty addition however she just might be a heroI love Holub's books and the illsutrations of James Burks are creative and colorful I love the idea of a 'giant' Itty Bitty Kitty but the premise of an escapee baby makes this mama cringe I'm also not a fan of the suggestion to my little people to hid a little kitty but then maybe I take picture books too seriously Coming in March 2016 This review was originally posted on Creative Madness Mama

  10. The Brothers The Brothers says:

    Ava wants a pet kitty than anything but her parents won't let her have one Even so when she finds a small kitty she decides to keep him This small kitty unfortunately grows to enormous size rather uickly and it gets increasingly difficult to keep him a secret However Itty Bitty Kitty manages to convince the parents he is worth keepingCute sweet illustrations Bold colors

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Itty Bitty Kitty Ava wants a pet but Mom and Dad say she's too little So when she finds a kitty Ava decides to name him Itty Bitty and keep him a secret There's just one tiny problem Itty Bitty starts growing and growing and growing until he's neither itty nor bitty Kids will laugh and cheer along as Ava and Itty Bitty try to keep Mom and Dad from discovering their not so little secretFrom New York Times bestselling author Joan Holub and award winning illustrator James Burks comes this unlikely friendship story with enormous heart Featuring lively bouncy text and bold colorful artwork this picture book is purr fect for pet lovers and their parents alike

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Itty Bitty Kitty
  • Joan Holub
  • 08 June 2016
  • 9780062322197

About the Author: Joan Holub

Children's book author HELLO DINOSAURS; MIGHTY DADS a NY Times bestseller; LITTLE RED WRITING; the GODDESS GIRLS series with Suzanne Williams; THIS LITTLE PRESIDENT A Presidential Primer; THIS LITTLE TRAILBLAZER A Girl Power Primer ZERO THE HERO Lucky to be doing what I love