There may be no better time to read about our favorite fuzzy feline pets than during Happy Cat Month. We invite you to have fun reading about all the trouble these agile, affectionate cats get into.
Cat Problems by Jory John
What could a pampered house cat possibly have to complain about? Just like most cats, this cat lives an extremely comfortable life. But he has his problems too!
Negative Cat by Sophie Blackall
A two-time Caldecott winner, the author spins a winning tale about Max, a feline whose behavior doesn't win any raves, except from the boy who believes in him and finds a way to turn a negative into a positive.
Fluffy McWhiskers: Cuteness Explosion by Stephen W. Martin
Fluffy McWhiskers is so cute that anyone who sees her instantly explodes, making it difficult for the little cat to find a single friend.
Lost and Found Cat: The True Story of Kunkush’s Incredible Journey by Doug Kuntz and Amy Shrodes
This heartwarming true tale describes how an Iraqi refugee family was separated from their beloved feline companion while on a crowded boat crossing to Greece. A worldwide community helps the cat and his owners reunite.
Bathe the Cat by Alice B. McGinty
Dad has posted a list of chores for the family to do before grandma comes, including bathing the cat, but the cat does not want a bath. She mixes up the instructions, and soon the family is mowing the floor, vacuuming the lawn, mopping the baby – and the house is in chaos.
Kitty by Rebecca Jordan-Glum
Granny thinks cat sitting will be easy. But Kitty has other plans. After Granny loses her glasses and accidentally lets a raccoon inside, all bets are off – much to the cat's displeasure.
Can Cat and Bird Be Friends? by Coll Muir
Instead of eating Bird, Cat decides that friendship is better. Will the pair find something in common?
Top Cat by Lois Ehlert
The top cat in a household is reluctant to accept the arrival of a new kitten, but decides to share various survival secrets with it.
I Found a Kitty! by Troy Cummings
When Arfy the dog discovers a homeless kitten, Arfy hopes Scamper can come live with him, but – achoo! – his person is allergic to cats! So, Arfy writes persuasive letters to prospective owners about what a great pet Scamper would make.
I Am the Boss of This Chair by Carolyn Crimi
Oswald Minklehoff Honey Bunny III has always been top cat until Pom Pom comes along. Will Oswald realize that life is more fun when you have a friend – and that, really, there’s plenty of room on the chair to share?
Emergency Kittens! by Jody Jensen Shaffer
Meet the EMERGENCY KITTENS, a trio of furry, gentle superheroes who come to the rescue with their incredible cuteness when the going gets tough. Pages of silly, good-natured giggles await any kid who loves superheroes, cats, or really funny read-aloud.
The Cat Wants Cuddles by P. Crumble
Kevin is a spunky, independent cat who does not want a pat, a tickle, or a cuddle. All Kevin wants is to be left alone. That is, until he sees Dog getting pet, tickled, and cuddled, and realizes that a little attention might not be so bad.
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake by Laura Numeroff
A series of increasingly far-fetched events might occur if someone were to give a cupcake to a cat. This book was written by the same author who wrote the beloved If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.
Goodnight, Rainbow Cats by Bàrbara Castro Urío
One by one, 12 colorful cats, viewed through die-cut holes, return to the big white house, and settle down to sleep in this board book that younger readers are sure to love.
Stack the Cats by Susie Ghahremani
Cats of all shapes and sizes scamper, yawn, and stretch across the pages of this playful counting board book. And every now and then, some of them pile into the purrfect cat stack!
Cat’s First Baby by Natalie Nelson
Cat is curious. There's a new addition to the family, but who exactly is this small being? This new arrival doesn’t meow like a cat, or smell like a cat, or even have a tail like a cat.
Meow by Chris Raschka
A young girl steps on her cat Marigold's tail, the hurt cat runs for cover, and after an apology, all is forgiven. This story is told almost entirely in the cat's meows.
Meow: The Truth About Cat by Annette Whipple
Why do cats have whiskers? How do cats land on their paws? These and other questions are answered by the author, along with some extra information provided by the cats themselves.
I Hate My Cats (A Love Story) by Davide Cali
Cats. . . can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em – if you love them, that is. And yet the question remains: Why are these captivating creatures so marvelously maddening?