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Hello, Cat, You Need a Hat
By Dana Regan (illustrator) and Rita Golden Gelman
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Cartwheel Books
Publication date November 1, 1999
Binding Paperback
Book category Juvenile Fiction
ISBN-13 9780439040211
ISBN-10 0439040213
Dimensions 0.25 by 6.75 by 9.75 in.
Weight 0.16 lbs.
Availability§ Out of Print
Original list price $3.99
Other format details juvenile
§As reported by publisher says people who bought this book also bought:
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Summaries and Reviews
A young girl tries to convince a grumpy cat to try on a variety of hats, as well as shoes and other apparel, in a timeless tale first published twenty years ago and presented here in a new format with new illustrations. Original. description: Product Description: First published twenty years ago, this story finds a new format and new illustrations in a Hello Reader! edition. A young girl insists that a cat try on some hats, and some shoes, and...

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With Dana Regan (other contributor) | from Cartwheel Books (November 1, 1999); titled "Hello, Cat, You Need a Hat"
9780439040211 | details & prices | 6.75 × 9.75 × 0.25 in. | Rec. grade levels 1-2 | 0.16 lbs | List price $3.99
About: A mouse tries to convince a grumpy cat to wear a variety of hats, including a walkie-talkie hat, a monkey hat, and a cowboy hat.
With Eric Gurney | Big edition from Scholastic (June 1, 1988)
9780590719155 | details & prices | 13.75 × 18.50 × 0.25 in. | 0.90 lbs | List price $19.95

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