More Mice? Splat the Cat: Twice the Mice by Rob Scotton, creator
WOULD YOU LIKE TO VISIT? WE COULD PLAY OUR FAVORITE GAME, MICE AND DICE!
When Splat the Cat learns that his buddy Seymour the Mouse is missing his brother, he goes into instant host with most mode.
He breaks out the brie and the bleu and dons his Swiss cheese tee! He stays awake half the night trying to come up with a really wonderful way to welcome Brice!
At last he thinks he's got the perfect plan. He is sure he's got the perfect idea. It's twice as nice!
"I'LL MAKE A SCULPTURE OUT OF ICE!"
And the likeness of Brice is worth the work. Splat is ecstatic.
But the next morning, when Seymour and Splat dash downstairs to welcome Brice, the sculpture has melted quite a bit.
IT WAS NOW VERY SMALL.
And the impetuous Splat slips in the slippery ice water, Ker-SPLAT! Splat's big welcome falls flat.
But Brice is nice about his diminished likeness, declaring it the perfect size for a mouse, in the latest I Can Read Level 1 cat-astrophe, Splat the Cat: Twice the Mice (I Can Read Level 1) (Harper, 2015). Based on Rob Scotton's super-star cat, with text by Jacqueline Rasnick and Scotton-style illustrations by Robert Eberz, this beginning reader book gives early readers a workout with the -ICE sound and a new visit with the irrepressible Splat the Cat.
For more cool cat tales, pair this one with Splat's snow-job saga, Splat the Cat and the Snowy Day Surprise.