About the Book
Author: Joan Holub
Illustrator: James Burks
Genre: Children's Picture Book
Number of Pages: 32
Synopsis: Ava wants a pet, but Mom and Dad say she's too little. So when she finds a kitty, Ava decides to name him Itty Bitty and keep him a secret. There's just one tiny problem: Itty Bitty starts growing and growing and growing . . . until he's neither itty nor bitty! Kids will laugh and cheer along as Ava and Itty Bitty try to keep Mom and Dad from discovering their not-so-little secret!From New York Times bestselling author Joan Holub and award-winning illustrator James Burks comes this unlikely friendship story with enormous heart! Featuring lively, bouncy text and bold, colorful artwork, this picture book is purr-fect for pet lovers and their parents alike.
Then one day Ava finds a tiny little kitten in need of a home. She can't wait to prove to her parents that she is old enough to take care of a kitten. In the meantime she'll have to keep Itty Bitty a secret, but that's becoming increasingly difficult since Itty Bitty isn't so itty bitty anymore. What will mom and dad do when they learn the truth?
Itty Bitty Kitty is an amusing tale full of creative and colorful illustrations. Although not entirely told in rhyme, the author's use of rhyming text adds to the amusement. Little ones, as well as their parents, will find the story entertaining and fun and it's certain to become a fast favorite.
I highly recommend picking up a copy.