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MaddieBrown3
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Date Read: 10-12-22
Name of Award (if applicable): ILA/CBC
Purpose of Award (if applicable): Children around the United States get to read and evaluate 1,000 books annually and vote on their favorite
Title of Book : So What‘s It Like to be a Cat?
Author of Book: Karla Kuskin
Illustrator (if applicable): Betsy Lewin
Date of Publication: June 2005
Genre: Poetry

MaddieBrown3 Brief Summary: This is an interview between a cat and a cat owner. The cat owner asks the cat questions about their morning. The cat answers about what they do and why they do so. This is about how cats are private creatures. The cat talks about themselves and what they enjoy doing. The cat is proud of himself and is proud of all the things they can do. A story about being yourself and proud of it.
Side Note: Rhyming Book
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sarahyurco
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Published: 2005
This book is a poem that is in the form of an interview between a boy and his cat. The boy asks the cat about things like where does he sleep, what does he like to do, and is he afraid of the dark. The cat answers all of these questions and makes it clear that he would not ever like to be anything but a cat.

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caitlinblack
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Published in 2005, This story is about a child asking a cat what it's like to be a cat. The cat responds with lots of detail and has some sass. It is a fun easy read for children.

Genre:
Fiction

Awards:
Choice book

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gclift
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So, What's It Like to Be a Cat was written by Karla Kuskin in 2005. This an adorable book about a cat being interviewed by a young boy. This book has won the ILA/CBC Children's Choices, Bank Street Best Books of the Year, Chicago Public Library's Best of the Best, SSLI Book Award Honor Book, Washington State Book Award Winner, ASPCA Henry Bergh Book Award Winner, and the KIND Children's Book Award Honor Book. This is a great read!

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channingfortney
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This book is about a boy and a cat that have a conversation with each other. The boy is asking the cat so many things about what it‘s actually like to be a cat. The cat replies with all the amazing things that it does during its life and day teaching the boy all about it. This is a great book that has lots of rhyming in it. It would definitely be a great book to have in the classroom that is an example of poetry!

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laurenebailey14
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This story is set up in an interview style. The boy asks his cat questions such as, do you get scared in the dark? Do you have a cat bed for yourself? etc... This book is in the poetry genre.

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allycrothers
Mehso-so

Published - 2005
Author- Karla Kuskin
Illustrator- Betsy Lewin
Genre- Poetry, Fiction, Children's Literature
A young boy interviews a cat about what it is like being a cat. The cat shares his life with the boy. His routines, his wants and wishes, his feelings, ect; This is a good poem for children. Good pictures, includes rhyming, and allows imagination for young students. .

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mindduckbooks
Project Hail Mary | Weir Andy
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KarenUK
Learning to Love You More | Miranda July, Harrell Fletcher, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Laura Lark, Jacinda Russell
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(See previous post.... ) just some of the 70+ assignments 😍

Cinfhen 🙌🏻❤️🥰 2y
Megabooks Neat! 2y
Crazeedi This is just totally cool. What a great idea 2y
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BarbaraBB Such an inspiring idea! Is that website still online? 2y
KarenUK @barbarabb it is, but the project is over, so no more added assignments... 2y
BarbaraBB That‘s too bad, it sounds so cool 2y
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