Pete the Cat loves his four groovy buttons...but can he keep singing without them? Pete the Cat is back in another rock'n'roll story about staying positive no matter what life throws at you. Pete is a rock along, sing along Cat...and with his Four Groovy Buttons it's easy to keep singing! But when his groovy buttons don't want to stay on, what ...
Pete the Cat loves his four groovy buttons...but can he keep singing without them? Pete the Cat is back in another rock'n'roll story about staying positive no matter what life throws at you. Pete is a rock along, sing along Cat...and with his Four Groovy Buttons it's easy to keep singing! But when his groovy buttons don't want to stay on, what does Pete do? Don't worry, it's all good...Count along with Pete as he sees the bright side and keeps on rockin'. Pete the Cat is a NYT bestselling character guaranteed to keep you feeling good, and with a free song, you can sing along too!
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Publishers Weekly, 2012-05-28 In his fourth picture book, Pete the Cat loves (and sings about) the buttons on his yellow shirt, but when they pop off one by one, he doesn't freak out: "Did Pete cry? Goodness, no! Buttons come and buttons go." In bold, primary colors, the number of buttons remaining on the shirt appears at left, both as a numeral and written out, and the diminishing buttons are represented in basic equations (3-1=2). Even after all his buttons are gone, Pete takes it as a cue to go surfing. Readers who need a reminder not to sweat the small stuff will find a model of unflappability in Pete. Ages 3-7. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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