Kitten Construction Company: A Bridge Too Fur (Hardcover)

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Kitten Construction Company: A Bridge Too Fur (Hardcover)


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This is book number 2 in the Kitten Construction Company series.

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 comes the one thing that cats hate most of all—water! As the team struggles to face their fears and do their jobs, they are forced to get help from some unlikely allies. . . slobbery, car-chasing DOGS.

John Patrick Green is a human with the human job of making books about animals with human jobs, such as Hippopotamister, Kitten Construction Company, and InvestiGators. John is definitely not just a bunch of animals wearing a human suit pretending to have a human job. He is also the artist and co-creator of the graphic novel series Teen Boat!, with writer Dave Roman. John lives in Brooklyn in an apartment that doesn't allow animals other than the ones living in his head.
Product Details ISBN: 9781626728318
ISBN-10: 1626728313
Publisher: First Second
Publication Date: October 1st, 2019
Pages: 80
Language: English
Series: Kitten Construction Company

"Green's second tale of feline fabricators works just as well as the first... Instructive and fun, this will have fans mewing for more." —Kirkus

"Continuing his playful premise, Green delivers another gentle, hilarious tale rife with the kind of interspecies competition that both cat- and dog-lovers will revel in, though the real winners here are the punsters, who will gorge on a veritable feast of wordplay." —Booklist

This graphic novel strikes a balance between funny and heartfelt. It’s paws-itively a great buy for most collections." —School Library Journal