THE CAT'S MIDSUMMER JAMBOREE by David Kherdian

THE CAT'S MIDSUMMER JAMBOREE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In this follow-up to The Cat Who Loved To Sing, a mandolin-strumming cat joins forces with a harmonica, playing toad, a vulpine flautist, and several other furred or feathered musicians; in no time the meadow is filled with a large, joyful crowd, a ""jamboree"" of forest revelers. A brief, happy episode with cumulative elements, told in rather formal language (""But your music is pleasing to my ear, and if you were to join me we would make a duet""), matched to a charming set of Hogrogian's usual graceful, vibrantly colored illustrations.

Pub Date: April 19th, 1990
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Philomel/Putnam