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Stick Cat:Two Catch A Thief

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“Stick Cat:Two Catch a Thief,” starts off with it just being a regular day when Edith comes to see Stick Cat through a hole in the bathroom (Edith lives in the next apartment over from Stick Cat).

They are just about to take a nap when they hear a loud thud above them. Edith is ridiculous and thinks it was an elephant.  

Then they hear it in the vents and a man comes out of it.  He has a black eye mask, like the Incredibles but for criminal reasons.  

He is holding a bucket filled with tuna.  Edith is hungry so she thinks he is some sort of cat Santa Claus or  a superhero bringing happiness to the cats of the world.  When Stick Cat tries to tell Edith he is a thief, she doesn’t listen. She names him Tuna Tod

When Edith says goodbye to Tuna Tod, they hear something in Edith’s apartment, so they go through the hole in the bathroom.  They see Tuna Tod in Edith’s kitchen stealing things.  

Stick Cat thinks Edith would be convinced now so he tells her, “See.  He’s stealing from your apartment.”   Edith still doesn’t listen.  

When Edith sees Tuna Tod stealing her collars for everyday of the week she says, “Tuna Tod! Stealing from me?!”

Will Stick Cat and Edith catch the burglar?  To find out, read the book!  

I’d consider this book for ages 8 – 10 because they might really be able to comprehend what is happening in this story.  I’m not saying ages below 8 can’t comprehend but I’m saying ages 8 – 10 might think this book is a life lesson rather a story time book being read to them.

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5 Responses to “Stick Cat:Two Catch A Thief”

  1. Ryan Cheng on January 16th, 2018 9:07 am

    I think that they will catch Tuna Todd but I’m not really sure. I feel like I want to read it.

  2. Sara Sierzega on March 5th, 2018 12:54 pm

    I wonder if they will catch Tuna Todd, although I think they will. This book doesn’t seem very interesting to me, but that’s just my opinion. I think you did a great job explaining the story without spoiling it.

    Johnathan Greene Reply:

    Thanks Sara. You said that in such a polite manner. Thanks for the comment.

  3. Asha Gajraj on March 13th, 2018 1:48 pm

    I LOVE Edith! You make her seem so funny and interesting. I really hope they catch Tuna Tod.

    Johnathan Greene Reply:

    Thanks Asha. I’m really glad that you commented on my review. Thank you so much for commenting.

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