Scat, Cats!

Author Joan Holub
Illustrated by Rich Davis
After making a big mess and lots of noise, these cats are sent outside. They stay away, and now the house is too quiet. Will the cats ever come back?
© Joan Holub
Joan Holub is the New York Times–bestselling author and illustrator of more than 140 children’s books, including Breakout at the Bug Lab, Who Was Babe Ruth?, and the Goddess Girls series. Prior to publishing her first title in 1992, she was an associate art director at Scholastic. View titles by Joan Holub
Rich Davis lives with his wife, Angie, and two sons, Daniel and David, in a small Arkansas town. Farms have always been a deep love for the whole family. In Tiny On the Farm, it is his hope that kids will fall in love with life on the farm too! Rich is also the illustrator of Firefighters to the Rescue (Viking). View titles by Rich Davis

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After making a big mess and lots of noise, these cats are sent outside. They stay away, and now the house is too quiet. Will the cats ever come back?

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© Joan Holub
Joan Holub is the New York Times–bestselling author and illustrator of more than 140 children’s books, including Breakout at the Bug Lab, Who Was Babe Ruth?, and the Goddess Girls series. Prior to publishing her first title in 1992, she was an associate art director at Scholastic. View titles by Joan Holub
Rich Davis lives with his wife, Angie, and two sons, Daniel and David, in a small Arkansas town. Farms have always been a deep love for the whole family. In Tiny On the Farm, it is his hope that kids will fall in love with life on the farm too! Rich is also the illustrator of Firefighters to the Rescue (Viking). View titles by Rich Davis

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