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Kitten Construction Company: A Bridge Too Fur

(Kitten Construction Company #2)

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In John Patrick Green's Kitten Construction Company: A Bridge Too Fur the feline builders return, this time, with dogs! Construction has never been cuter than in this graphic novel for very young readers!

Marmalade and her crew of construction kittens are in high demand!

Their latest assignment (and biggest job yet) is to build the new Mewburg bridge. But with the bridge
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Hardcover, 80 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by First Second
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Becky B
The Kitten Construction Company is riding high after successfully building the Mayor’s house and the new city stadium. They quickly jump at the next job the Mayor offers them, but has Marmalade taken on too much for the kittens. Because after all, a bridge does involve water. The stress is starting to get to Marmalade and they may not be able to finish this project. Where can they get more paws to help finish the bridge?

I like how this book tackles prejudices in a way that is very kid friendly,
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Barbara
With two successful construction projects to their credit, the Kitten Construction Company is ready for new challenges. Designing a bridge for Mewburg is no big deal, but there is a problem. Yes, unfortunately, to the dismay of Marmalade and all the other cats except Bubbles, building a bridge is difficult simply because the construction will involve water--and kittens don't like water. It looks as though it's time to bring in reinforcements. But what if they're dogs? It's hard for Marmalade to ...more
Neha Thakkar
Jul 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
When the first in this series came out, I couldn’t believe it didn’t get more hype! These are adorable, a bunch of kittens building and being architects? I mean come on! #soadorable! This one is just as cute, has the same witty word play AND even incorporates making new friends and seeing past a stereotype. Recommend!
emyrose8
Ahh!!! This book is so cute! And it has a great message to go along with it too. It's a short graphic novel that reads really fast. There's some good vocab in here too. The kittens have to overcome their fear of water to build a bridge, and overcome their prejudice against dogs. Lots of lessons can be mined from this colorful, cuddly book. (Plus there are a few Easter eggs for grown-ups to find). Definitely one I'll be recommending to my students.

Thanks Netgalley for the ARC!
Ryan
Jul 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
This was just as cute as the first one. This time the Kitten construction has to work around water as they are building a bridge. But there is only one cat who can get close enough to help. So the crew takes on some new staff: dogs. But can the cats ever trust the dogs? This is a great series for beginning readers, or reluctant readers.
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Rosemary
Jul 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The follow-up to last year's Meet the House Kittens, this latest in the Kitten Construction Company series has Marmalade and friends facing a new construction project - building the new Mewburg Bridge! But Marmalade is afraid of water, and what do bridges cross? WATER! The kittens figure out a workaround, and they have to call subcontractors in to help with the demolition work. When the Demo Doggos show up to the site, though, Marmalade's biased feelings about dogs stand in the way of true ...more
Amy Pickett
May 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Marmalade and her team, House Kittens Construction, have just completed Mewburg Stadium and are looking for their next project. Designing a new bridge to replace Mewburg’s old one is outside Marmalade’s comfort zone as an architect, but that makes it an exciting new challenge! The mayor greenlights the project, and Marmalade is ready to begin catstruction when she remembers … all that water. Falling behind schedule, she must contemplate the unthinkable: hiring Carl Barks and his Demo Doggos (who ...more
Raymond Library
May 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
A really cute graphic novel and story about putting aside differences to work together and accomplish greatness.
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John Green grew up on Long Island and has worked in New York City ever since graduating from School of Visual Arts for Graphic Design in 1997. He was the comics consultant for Disney Adventures magazine, and in addition to Disney has written, illustrated, or otherwise worked on comics for Nickelodeon, Dreamworks, Scholastic, DC Comics, and First Second Books. When not drawing comics John creates ...more

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