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Cat and Cat #2

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Love the second one as much as the first.  This is just such a cute portrayal of living with a cat. Father and daughter have fun adventures between the three of them and dealing with this cat.  I like that you can just read it wherever you want to open the book to, much like a Garfield comic.
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Thanks to NetGalley and Papercutz for the chance to read this story! My eight year old son is a big fan of graphic novels and was so excited to see this title. Colorful illustrations and engaging storyline. Would love to see more in this series!
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I received an advance reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers.

This is the second book in the Cat & Cat series but I found I didn't quite enjoy it as much as the first book. 
I also found the text to be very small and hope that it is easier to read in a physical copy. 

This book is about a girl and her cat and their adventures together so young cat lovers will probably enjoy it but I do think book one was much better and more humorous too.
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When I initially started reading this book, I anticipated a more cohesive story instead of short, episodic bursts of action. This is nothing wrong with either style, but it did make me re-calibrate my expectations in that I started to look for a point in each page. Given the audience and art style, I anticipated silly kitty antics that would surely give me, a cat-friendly reader, a good laugh. I am sorry to report it disappointed. It was definitely intended to be funny, and there were parts I know children would laugh at, but I do not believe, as a whole, most children would get through the entire book. The portions narrated by the cat himself were awkward. Cat, the child protagonist, was not terribly relatable, and her father was not meant to be relatable (for the directed audience). I just feel this book fell flat.
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Not the book I would get.

I had something else in my mind when I read the blurb. 

The thing is I should have read the first book I guess to understand what I should expect from the second book.

I was expecting some illustrations but there was none.

I was expecting a little something to get on with the story but there was none.

It's just some mere words depicting sounds that something is there related to water.

Not the book I was expecting.

Thank you #NetGalley for the copy.
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a super cute and warmhearted comic story to leave you with a smile on your face 💝💝💝                                                                                                      i will read the next stories
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Thank you to the publisher for giving me a free copy in exchange for an honest review. 

I thought this one was cute. We follow a girl and her cat around and read about the different adventures that the cat experiences. The dad is not fond of the cat and you will notice this soon enough. I think the story is very cute and definitely a good read for children of younger ages. 

I do want to point out that the text is very very small. Even I had trouble reading it sometimes because the text in the text bubble was just simply way too small. However that was about the only thing that I thought could be improved the rest of the story was very fun and witty and I would definitely recommend this one to a lot of people. Especially if you already love cats I think you would really enjoy this one !
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I got this book for my daughters to read  (Ages 8 & 11). They both enjoyed it and thought the pictures were fun and colorful.  It was harder for my 9 year old to get through since it was a longer book. They both had no problem following the story since they read graphic novels all the time.
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This wasn't very entertaining to me. The plot seemed to jump around a lot. I also wasn't a fan of the more jumbled look of the pages.  I prefer the structured (in boxes) graphic novels. I can see it being interesting to kids at first, but not holding their attention past a read or two.
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Not as entertaining for me as the first collection of these page-long strips, this tries to show the truth of life with a cat, but doesn't really engage.  It's still hyper-cartoonish, the cat is still a little bit of an awkward character, sometimes giving us his own narrative and sometimes not, the girl who allegedly owns it is still a bit hit and miss, and the dad is still a bit of an advert for how some genes should not be reproduced, if truth be told.  I didn't hate this, but I strongly doubt I'll be downloading more.
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I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this one except that it would feature a playful and adventurous cat. The art style was very cute and colorful, though the chaos that was on some pages with sound/speech bubbles sometimes made it a little hard to read. I did feel that some of the pages could have benefited from traditional panels since that could provide some separation. All in all though it was full of fun adventures and scenarios that Sushi the cat and her owner Cat faced and experienced, it was heartwarming and fun.
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Cat and Cat is a nice comic book about a girl - Cat, her dad, and their cat. While this is a second book in the series, the content is short fun stories, long about one, maybe two, pages, so you don't necessarily have to start from book one to read.
The short stories themselves are cute, fun, and original. As a cat lover (although, sadly not an owner currently), I have to say that I could relate to the characters a lot and sometimes even to the cat.
The language and complexity of the stories are very well thought out, so they are interesting for the intended audience - children, but can still be quite fun for anyone older.

*Thanks to NetGalley and Papercutz for providing me with an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review.*
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