Review of Katt vs. Dogg – James Patterson & Chris Grabenstein

Posted: March 22, 2021 in children, Review
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Review of Katt vs. Dogg – James PattersonThe most famous enemies in the animal kingdom finally meet face-to-face… and the fur is about to fly!

Oscar is a rowdy pooch who loves everybody – except katts! His family of down-to-earth doggs enjoys giving those snooty katts a hard time.

Molly is a pretty kitty who’s destined for fame and fortune as an actress. Her family of well-bred katts thinks all doggs are dirty and disgusting!

But while on family camping trips, Molly and Oscar get hopelessly lost in the dangerous woods. The only way for them to survive is for the mortal enemies to work together…

Yeah, not gonna happen!

Katt vs. Dogg

James Patterson & Chris Grabenstein

Arrow

Supplied by Penguin Random House New Zealand

Reviewed by Maree Pavletich

Katts believe dogs are dirty and disgusting.

Doggs believe Katts are snooty and only good for chasing

Sworn enemies.

But when two youngsters; Oscar the dogg and Molly the katt, get lost in the woods, they find sworn enemies have to team up to survive and by doing that they may, just may, change their world. But first they have to get past years of being told they shouldn’t even look at each other let alone talk or help each other!

I found this on the simplistic read side but younger readers will love it.

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