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OLIVIA Trains Her Cat: with audio recording (Nickelodeon Olivia)

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Olivia wants her cat to be just as amazing as Francine's, who can perform incredible tricks on demand. But teaching a cat to perform isn't as easy as it looks, as Olivia soon finds out! Kids will love this charming ready-to-read story with rebus icons about Olivia and her pet.
ebook, 24 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by Simon Spotlight (first published December 8th 2009)
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Jennifer Warrick Davis
My 6 year old son recently borrowed this book from our local library.

Francine is bragging about how good her cat is at tricks. Olivia responds that her cat is better, and it goes into a who's cat can do better tricks. The teacher overhears the commotion between the girls and decides to have the class bring in their animals for show and tell the next day. Olivia tries to teach her cat, Edwin, all kinds of cool tricks before the big day. Each child shows off their pet. When it is Olivia and Edwin
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Nielson
Based on the Nickelodeon show, Olivia and her friend Francine brag about all of the tricks their cats can do. The girls try to out do each other as the stakes are raised higher and higher for the performing cats...jumping, ballet, cooking etc. All of their claims are put to the test when the cats perform for the class show-and-tell. Not quite reaching all of the high expectations put on them, the cats (mainly Edwin) pull out a surprising performance in the end. Young kids will love this book as ...more
Sarah Adamson
Based on an episode of the hit tv show. Olivia and Francine compete over the talents of their cats. Nice easy words for early readers.
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Jack Kirby and the X-man
This book may be good for an Olivia-obsessed child - but really it is a shocking book! I'd be going back to the actual Olivia books rather than the TV adaptions.
Dayna
Another in the series of new early readers. Colorful pages and nice beginner stories.
Sarah Stumphf
This book honestly put my 2 year old to sleep. Cute for beginners though.
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Recommended Ages: K - 1st grade

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Sarah Sammis
Not as easy to read if you're not a regular watcher of the TV show.
Tiffany
My 6-year-old told me this is definitely a 5-star book.
Jennie
This one Laurel and I loved reading. Had us both giggling.
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