The Shy Little Kitten (Little Golden Books)

The Shy Little Kitten (Little Golden Books)

Cathleen Schurr

Language: English

Pages: 24

ISBN: 0307001458

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


One beautiful day, a shy little kitten embarks on a journey filled with adventure! In the course of her wanderings, she meets an interesting and often amusing collection of fellow creatures. The Shy Little Kitten, with illustrations by the renowned Gustaf Tenggren.

Ruby Rogers is a Waste of Space

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again

Dr. Seuss: Step This Way

The Berenstain Bears Old Hat New Hat

All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Cook

The Close Shave (Thomas & Friends)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright � 1946, renewed 1974 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. Published in the United States by Golden Books, an imprint of Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York. Originally published in 1946 by Simon and Schuster, Inc., and Artists and Writers Guild, Inc. Golden Books, A Golden Book, A Little Golden Book, the G colophon, and the distinctive gold spine are registered trademarks of Random House, Inc. A Little Golden Book Classic is a trademark of

with me?” “Oh,” said the shy little kitten. She looked shyly over her shoulder. But the mother cat and her five bold and frisky kittens had disappeared from sight. So the shy little kitten went walking with the chubby mole. Soon they met a speckled frog sitting near the pond. “My, what big eyes he has!” whispered the shy little kitten. But the frog had sharp ears, too. He chuckled. “My mouth is much bigger. Look!” And the frog opened his great cave of a mouth. The mole and the kitten

laughed and laughed until their sides ached. When the kitten stopped laughing and looked around, the frog had vanished. On the pond, ripples spread out in great silver circles. “I really should be getting back to my mother and the others,” said the shy little kitten, “but I don’t know where to find them.” “I’ll show you,” said a strange voice. And out of the bushes bounded a shaggy black puppy. “Oh, thank you,” said the shy little kitten. “Good-bye, mole.” So off they went together, the shy

farmyard. “Here we are,” said the shaggy puppy dog. So down the hillside they raced, across the bridge above the brook, and straight on into the farmyard. In the middle of the farmyard was the mother cat with her five bold and frisky little black and white kittens. In a flash, the mother cat was beside her shy kitten, licking her all over with a warm red tongue. “Where have you been?” she cried. “We’re all ready to start on a picnic.” The picnic was for all the farmyard animals. There were

farmyard. “Here we are,” said the shaggy puppy dog. So down the hillside they raced, across the bridge above the brook, and straight on into the farmyard. In the middle of the farmyard was the mother cat with her five bold and frisky little black and white kittens. In a flash, the mother cat was beside her shy kitten, licking her all over with a warm red tongue. “Where have you been?” she cried. “We’re all ready to start on a picnic.” The picnic was for all the farmyard animals. There were

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