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Friday, November 2, 2012

Knitty Kitty

Author: David Elliott
Illustrator: Christopher Denise
Title: Knitty Kitty
Publication: September 9, 2008
Publisher: Candlewick
Genre: Children's
Pages: 32
Audience: 2 and up
Rating: 4 out of 5
Source: Public Library

Synopsis (from Goodreads):
What could Knitty Kitty be knitting? Something to keep three mischievous kittens toasty and comfy, of course. But after the snow falls and the moon comes up and it's bedtime for kittens everywhere, what will keep them all warm and snug? Knitty Kitty has the answers! With a fun, rhythmic text and delightfully detailed illustrations, the storybook team of David Elliott and Christopher Denise knit together a read-aloud that little ones will cozy right up to.

My thoughts:
I went to the public library one day and just went crazy with the cat related children's book. I'm a self proclaimed cat lady, so I did not feel crazy until I realized how many children's books I had. This book is adorable! It is perfect for the autumn or winter because the kittens end up playing in the snow and building a snowman. It reminded me a lot of the tale about the kittens who lost their mittens. If you know a snow day and want to snuggle up with a cute children's book- this is it.


  1. it looks lovely! Thanks for sharing : ) ~ Jess

  2. O this looks so cute! I'd love to read this to the kids. Thanks for the review.

  3. What a nice your title and your side panels.

    I see are reading Dangerous Past for a tour....I read it...good book especially the ending.


    Silver's Reviews

    1. Thanks Elizabeth, glad to have you join us! :)

  4. This looks so cute, you make me want to go browse the children section