Atlas of Cats
by Jana Sedlackova; Helena Harastova
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Pub Date 28 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 11 Jul 2022
Publisher Spotlight, Albatros Media
Did you know that some cats don’t have five fingers, but six? We’re not pulling your whiskers—it’s true! Whether you have your own pet at home or whether you just like these adorable little rascals—read our illustrated cat atlas, which will introduce you to the most interesting, lazy, cuddly, and wild cat breeds in the world, from the common European tabby to the silky-haired Persian cat and the unusual Lykoi. And don’t worry, that one over there isn’t a tiny werewolf—it just looks like one. And if you enjoy bedtime stories, don’t forget to cuddle up in bed and immerse yourself in the Meow News, a newspaper that comes with the atlas. It contains many stories, interviews, and news from around the world of renowned feline celebrities, as well as lesser-known cat heroes and heroines.
Average rating from 17 members
Atlas of Cats is an excellent entertaining reference of cat breeds. The book features a huge variety of breeds, fun facts, and stories about famous cats throughout history. The illustrations are adorable and whimsical. A perfect book for a young cat lover!
Thank you Albatros Media and NetGalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
This book is absolutely adorable. Any cat lover kid will dig this up! The illustrations are adorable, the breed information is accurate along with a lot of other informative tidbits. I really enjoyed the meow news sections talking about famous cats too. I'm really excited to share this one with my kids!
Thank you NetGalley and Albatros Media for the ARC of this one!
Atlas of Cats is a fun and interesting non-fiction book for young cat lovers! The book covers many different breeds of cat and what makes them unique. There are also some fun features such as "Meow News" articles, world records and lots of funny and interesting pictures. Some of the non-fiction text features include: text boxes, diagrams, lists, legends, charts/tables, arrows, labels, bold text and headings. The fonts, pictures and random facts will definitely keep the interest of young readers. While there is a lot of text on each page and over 100 pages, I think that some children would enjoy looking at the pictures or reading this book with a friend or family member. I think this book would be best suited for children in the 8-11 range, but some younger or older kids may enjoy it as well. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read and review this great book!
Super cute book for cat loving children! Lots of facts for kids and adults to learn about cats. love this one and would love to see one with dog facts too!
This is a fantastic book for any cat lover.
🐈⬛ The book is a nonfiction reference book that discusses several cat breeds (including some I’ve never heard of) and provides a ton of info about each one. You’ll learn how each cat breeds was bred, if they are cuddlers, what they look like, how smart they are, what their personalities are like, and much more!
🐈⬛ 25 cat breeds are included. There is also a section about celebrity cats, how to care for cats, and record-breaking cats.
🐈⬛ Information is presented in an easy to understand format. While there is a good amount of writing on each page, it is broken up into smaller sections so you can read bits here and there if you prefer.
🐈⬛ This book is written for children ages 6 to 9, but i think it could be interesting for all ages. It is 108 pages long.
🐈⬛ I actually learned a thing or two from reading this book. I definitely recommend it for kids and cat lovers.
Thank you @Netgalley and Albatross Books for an eARC of this book, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
I can not wait to get this book for our school library! Our kids will love this comic book style informative book about cats! Well done!
Atlas of Cats gives so much information about different types of cats with lots of fun illustrations to go along with it! I loved learning about different types of cats, as well as how they came to be, and certain breed characteristics. This would be great for any cat lover, child or adult!
I have always been a cat lover. I have had several cats in my life and I have loved them all so much. One of my cats was even a life saver for me. I had epilepsy and when I would have seizures my cat would run and jump on my parents and meow constantly until they came to check on me. Cat's are so amazing. They are smart, beautiful, perfect comic relief, and so sweet and sassy. If you love cats like I do then you will love this adorable book. It tells all about different kinds of cats. It does a wonderful job explaining the different cats personalities, what they look like, including different color variations, the different facial expressions and tail movements they have and the life expectancy of the cats. The illustrations are adorable and colorful. This is the perfect book for cat lovers of all ages.
Thank you Netgalley, the publisher, author, and illustrator for giving me a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
*read with my service dog for brain exercise
He has his own cat and has saves two from outside. He loves this book, we found our cats and learned about them and he was interactive with the book. We will definitely buy this for his book shelf.
This book is perfect for any cat lover or anyone who wants to learn more about cats. The books discusses all the different breeds of cats, their characteristics, fun facts, and many different stories. The pictures are adorable and cute. Great for any age.
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