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by Mark Buehner,Alice Schertle
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    Mark Buehner,Alice Schertle
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    Lothrop Lee & Shepard (March 1, 1999)
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I Am the Cat Hardcover – March 1, 1999

I Am the Cat Hardcover – March 1, 1999. by. Alice Schertle (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Alice Schertle (Author), Mark Buehner (Illustrator). As he did in My Life with the Wave, Buehner paints in hidden creatures (dinosaurs as well as domestic animals) and cleverly planted surprises (one cat marches past a background of bird wallpaper, on which five birds have been Xed out with chalk).

In poems and paintings as wise and wicked as the Cat herself, Alice Schertle and Mark Buehner present this most magnificent of creatures in all her glory: taunting the dogs, stalking a mouse, "mistress of both earth and sky" - and ever mindful of her own splendid role. Who can resist her charms? Get A Copy.

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I Am the Cat: Alice Schertle, Mark Buehner. Okay, I may be "Team Dog," but I can appreciate a cat. I'm crazy about the Rev, the tuxedo cat that lives in the rectory at my church. I hav. The Miss Rumphius Effect: Poetry in the Classroom - Feline Felicity. Be part of the world’s largest community of book lovers on Goodreads. I Am the Cat" poems by Alice Schertle; illust.

Children will rush to find cats, rabbits, mice, and T-rexes Buehner shows hiding in the rain puddles of a city .

Children will rush to find cats, rabbits, mice, and T-rexes Buehner shows hiding in the rain puddles of a city street or the cracks of a broken headlight, posing as clouds or doubling as leaves in a field. Egyptian hieroglyphs on the endpapers hint at the cat’s timelessness, followed by the collection itself, introduced with a close-up of a cat’s face and one paw swiping through a mousehole at the resident, hilariously backed into a corner. For every lyrical haiku setting forth a single attribute of cats, a longer poem appears to contradict-even demolish-it.

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Personal Name: Schertle, Alice. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Summary, et. A series of humorous and serious poems about cats. Personal Name: Buehner, Mark, ill. New York. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, (c)1999. Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ;, 29 cm. Summary, et. Rubrics: Children's poetry, American Cats Juvenile poetry. ISBN: 9632806735 (set) Author: Kiszely, István. By Alice Schertle. Illustrated by Mark Buehner. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Torchy goes to the city. Visually a very different type of book from the author of ''Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile,'' but with a similar kindly tone. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. Torchy goes to the city. Ages 10 and up) Alice has been in the hospital for seven weeks. She's starving herself in a pediatric ward and doesn't much care who knows.

His sisters claim that Mark Buehner learned to walk by holding a pencil. Thanks to Alice DeFriez for sharing this display from the 2013 Wasatch County livrary Peeps Show. So creative! ‎Alice DeFriez‎ to Mark & Caralyn Buehner. 19 September 2016 ·. It Met you at the CLAU Dinner and said I would post i. .

A series of humorous and serious poems about cats.

I am happy I read this book before I sent it to my nephew for Christmas. He is two and while it might be a little old for him, I found the book to be full of violence such as the dog eating the cat and the pictures were just a bit scary for a child in my opinion. While this woman has written a lot of books, I would sincerely avoid ordering this one. The only reason I ordered it in the first place was because I like cats and I thought the cover was cute.
very sad, the cat basically gets eaten, and the story ends. What!?? Not recommended for anyone with kids. Or even adults. I love her writing and other books, but I didn't need this one at all.
This book has some wonderful, whimsical poems in it about cats, and most are great fun for a cat loving child. But smack in the middle of the book, so you wouldn't notice it at first glance, a cat is brutally murdered by a dog in somewhat terrifying detail. I was reading this book to my 4yo at bedtime and I quickly added some edits so that the cat lived - I am planning on taping my own version over the end so that I can read the rest of the book, because my 4yo and I really did enjoy the rest.
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The illustrations and prose were combined with perfect rythmn and rhyme. The cat tales were humorous, imaginative, and truly delightful. I especially loved the story about how cats lost their wings. Cat lovers will read this book with a smile on their face and in their heart. Although this book is recommended for ages 4-8, I at 46 and my luncheon companion of 72 loved this as if we were 4 and 8. I recommend this book for anyone who loves cats and a good book that takes you beyone your own imagination.
The text and illustrations are sophisticated and magnificent. Some of the best children's poetry I've come across in a very long time. Incredibly witty, fresh and original. In quality, not too far behind T.S. Eliot! (Compared to other "cat books," that is.) Buy it for cat lovers of all ages, except, DEFINITELY NOT FOR YOUNG AND/OR SENSITIVE CHILDREN (there's carnage and "sacrilege").