Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
My 3-year-old loves Pete the Cat books and is pretty much obsessed with the White Shoes book and Pete's Wheels on the Bus. We also have the Pete Saves Christmas for holiday bedtime. I figured the Easter book would be right along the same lines as the Christmas one. Not so much. The Christmas one rhymes decently and has a little song (though cheesy) that runs through it. It also has the all-important VW bus that hipster Pete drives.

This book doesn't have much of the groovy stuff of the other books and is somewhat blah. I hate to say that I expected more from a children's book about a spazzy-looking cat, but I kind of did. So, does it get the bedtime job done? Sure. Does it do it with rock 'n roll style? Nope.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on February 11, 2014
The Pete the Cat books without the collaboration of Eric Litwin as an author just isn't the same. It's missing the fun little jingle that was written into the first Pete the Cat books. It just seems to fall flat. My daughter requests the Pete the Cat books that Eric Litwin authored vs. the new ones without him.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 11, 2014
We miss the Pete books written by Eric Litwin. The writing just doesn't have the same flair and appeal for myself or my kids as the first Pete the Cat books. I don't think we will be purchasing anymore Pete books, which is a shame, because the character was really cute and fun in the hands on Mr. Litwin.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on February 11, 2014
First, I'd better be honest. We LOVE Pete the Cat (PTC). Our entire family can sing all the PTC songs, and despite the fact that we are FIRMLY "dog people" we are considering getting a cat, just to name him Pete. I love the books, I love Pete with his almost-rastafarian laid back attitude. And PTC's phrase "goodness no" has prevented our son from melting down into tears several times....when Mommy says, "And do we cry?" he'll respond, "Goodness No!" Especially if it is something semi-silly. But I digress. Pete the Cat's big Easter adventure is less "big" and even less "an adventure" it's just a little boring, It just doesn't have the 'ZING!" of rocking my school shoes or my buttons, my buttons, my four groovy buttons! Nothing we found as catchy. I think this one will sit on the shelf rather than getting the extensive reading time of the other books in the series. Yet we're anxiously awaiting the delivery of the tractor book....We love you PTC!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on April 19, 2014
Love Pete the Cat, cute illustrations, ok story that teaches helping others....the poster was nice and the Easter cards were an added attraction....It would have been a great book if there had been music with the story....that's what drew me to the first Pete books...so sad no funky song!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 2, 2014
What a great book. My daughter loved the story and was easy to follos.
When Pete wakes up on Easter morning, he finds that the Easter Bunny needs his help! Read along to find out if Pete can help the Easter Bunny before Easter is over! This story comes complete with a poster, punch-out cards, and stickers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 15, 2014
Cute book but was not as cute as the other Pete the cat books we have read in the past
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on April 28, 2014
The book was cute, but I expected my son to want to read it again and again, and he hasn't. It's our first Pete the Cat book, and he always tell me how funny he is because he reads him at school... He didn't seem very amused by this story at all, unfortunately. Was debating between this and the original Pete the Cat book for his Easter, I think I made the wrong choice.

It does come with a poster, stickers, and Easter cards.
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on May 4, 2014
This book is really sweet. I purchased it for an elementary school library where I volunteer. I read the story primarily to kindergarten students. I know they like a story when they are attentive and don't talk among themselves--their eyes were riveted on this book. At the back of the book is a page with stickers and then two pages of Easter cards--more appropriate for private use. The stickers and cards were cute.
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on April 26, 2014
I bought this book for my grandson and read it to his kindergarten class. They are Pete the Cat fans and liked helping me read. Predictions come easy in this story and there are lots of beginning-to-read-word-list words for emigrant readers. The illustrations are amusing. The message, it is fun to help others, was well presented in this simple tale.
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