Millions of Cats

Millions of Cats

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Publisher: Weston Woods, n.d. Coward, c1956
Branch Call Number: ZS MILLION W 05

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mistystarvmarie
Jul 31, 2017

My kids looooooved the lyrical rhythm of this book, and often will say the repeated phrase of "hundreds of ___, thousands of ___, millions and billions and trillions of ___" filling in whatever objects they see a lot of. The story is a bit brutal, but my kids weren't upset at the prospect of all the cats killing each other (possibly because we didn't see the fight and there was no disturbing bloody aftermath. I cannot believe this book is over 90 years old! I didn't mind reading this one again and again and again: hundreds of times, thousands of times, millions and billions and trillions of times. LOL.

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mammothhawk229e
Apr 20, 2017

I call BS!
Even as a kid I saw huge plot hole of no bodies remaining from cat fight.
I more expected old couple permanently traumatized of millions of dead cat bodies.

Vero_biblio Feb 10, 2017

A great folktale, and it aged so well! Can you imagine, this book will be 90 years old in 2018... I simply advise though, that you read it yourself before reading it to a child, as you do have a big fight between the cats in there and they actually murder one another. Carnage. But still, a funny folktale with repetitive rhymes.

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sunshinelibrarian
Apr 16, 2016

Millions of Cats by Wanda Gag is about a dude whose wife wants a cat, and instead of getting her 1 cat her brings her 1 million cats like he was Dr. Evil or something. She's like NOOOPE. I wanted one cat bubba, not 1 million. Figure it out. He challenges the cats to decide which is prettiest. Furrocious fighting breaks out, and ..... read the book!

KRockstar10 Apr 29, 2013

Too many cats.

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FatCat22
Sep 30, 2011

This is overall, a fun book. However, I took exception to one sentance about cats eating each-other up. It's not graphic, or gorey or gross. It's just unsettling.

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phoebebook
Sep 20, 2011

Excellent introduction to very large numbers for young children. Always a favorite.

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stuvw27
Sep 08, 2010

This book, or more precisely the hardback copy I had as a child, has had a HUGE influence on my life. It is the reason I once had 24 cats. That experience prompted me to develop the axiom: “Never have more cats than humans in a household!” Now we have 2 ½ cats (one is semi-feral and never comes in the house). I cannot imagine life without cats. LOL Cats just does not compare.

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