New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean takes readers along for a fun, groovy adventure with Pete the Cat!
In Pete the Cat and the Tip-Top Tree House, Pete invites all of his friends over to spend time in his tree house. When they climb up, they realize the tree house is not big enough to fit everyone! They all work together to build the coolest tree house ever.
Pete the Cat and the Tip-Top Tree House is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child.
PreS-Gr 1 Pete the Cat builds a tree house and invites his friends to play, but they think it is too small. Together they begin renovations, adding a bowling alley, arcade, skate park, wave pool, and more in preparation for a party. With so many entertainment choices, the friends are not spending time together, so they all climb down to play on the swings and sliding board. As the friends play near the huge tree house, adults will chuckle when Pete says, "I'm so glad it brought us all together." While character names may prove initially tricky for the beginning reader, this friendship story will be enjoyed by Pete fans and beginning readers alike. VERDICT Large font, plenty of white space, colorful drawings, and a popular main character make this title a solid addition to early reader collections.--Ramarie Beaver, Plano Public Library System, TXCopyright 2017 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.