SPLAT THE CAT SINGS FLAT. Based on the creation of Rob Scotton.

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SPLAT THE CAT SINGS FLAT. Based on the creation of Rob Scotton.
Text by Chris Strathearn.
Interieur illustrations bu Robert Eberz.
Cover art by Rob Scotton.

Splat the Cat is afraid to sing on Parents Night in School.
He is very shy.
How does he overcome his fear?
This is a:" I can read Book" for Beginning Readers.
Splat the cat books are ideal for beginning readers.
The books have simple sentences and high interest stories.
They are a great bridge to the chapter books.
All Splat the cat books have short sentences, basic language and
engaging stories.
Granny B. is very proud to read this Splat the Cat book to you.

Splat is afraid to speak in public - imagine how he feels when he learns he has to sing in public. Subscribe to hear a new story everyday! Please check out my website https://Pawbe.com if you're looking to buy or sell your puppies/dog. You can enter your dog in the cutest dog contest to win a prize at the end of each month.

Splat the Cat: A Whale of a Tale by Rob Scotton To purchase from Amazon: http://amzn.to/22v3OMs ' Age Range: 4 - 8 years Grade Level: Preschool - 3 Series: I Can Read Level 1 Paperback: 32 pages Publisher: HarperCollins Language: English *All material is owned by the creators mentioned in this video.*

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