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Catfish Kate and the Sweet Swamp Band by Sarah Weeks
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Jun 24, 2009

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bookshelves: picture-books, music

This book bills itself as a "rockin' rhyme about compromise," which is pretty accurate. A band of girls disturbs a quiet group of boys and they have themselves a conflict. Their solution is not original, but it's pretty fun to read.

I was not impressed by the artwork, and I thought it was pretty weird to have a catfish (the titular Kate) playing in a band on dry land. It's funny, though, that a member of the band "spins" on a gramophone.

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message 1: by Madeleine (new)

Madeleine anything with "swamp" in the title is my favorite thing. including but not limited to viola swamp.

Destinee Sutton No kidding, I used to have intense nightmares about Viola Swamp.

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