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It's a Secret af John Burningham
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It's a Secret (udgave 2009)

af John Burningham, John Burningham (Illustrator)

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Every night Marie-Elaine's cat, Malcolm, goes out, and every morning he comes back in and sleeps. "Where do cats go at night?" the girl wonders. So when she sees him at his cat door dressed to the nines, she begs to come along. And amazingly, Malcolm agrees, as long as she puts on her fancy clothes, gets small, and keeps it all a secret. With a whimsical story and breathtaking artwork, the acclaimed John Burningham takes us on an exciting night's journey, braving hoodlum dogs and precarious climbs for a rooftop party that is cause for celebration indeed.… (mere)
Medlem:babyhomer
Titel:It's a Secret
Forfattere:John Burningham
Andre forfattere:John Burningham (Illustrator)
Info:Candlewick (2009), Hardcover, 56 pages
Samlinger:Læst, men ikke ejet
Vurdering:**1/2
Nøgleord:cats, nighttime, queen of cats, secret, sneaking out, staying up past bedtime, dumb mums, party, midnight feast

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picture book for readalouds (1st grade through 4th?).
I haven't tried this with schoolgroups, but this is a good candidate for a book to read aloud to the older kids or a mixed aged-group (other librarians report success). I like the whimsical story a lot. ( )
  reader1009 | Jul 3, 2021 |
Marie-Elaine wonders what her cat Malcolm gets up to at night in this picture-book from British author/artist John Burningham, and gets the answer to her question when she catches him sneaking out in a party costume. She and her neighbor, Norman Kowalski, convince Malcolm to allow them to accompany him to the rooftop cat party her is attending, and the trio have some exciting adventures getting there - sneaking past dogs, climbing fire-escapes. The party itself is great fun, and the children get to meet the Queen of the Cats, before returning home just before dawn...

The fourth picture-book I have read from Burningham, It's a Secret! addresses that age-old question - what do our cats do, when we're not around? - in an entertaining, magical way. I appreciated the matter-of-fact enchantment of the story, the way that Marie-Elaine shrinks to Malcolm's size, for instance, without this needing any great commentary by characters or narrator. I also appreciated the artwork, which was done in a childlike style that somehow works quite well with the text. I wouldn't describe this as a personal favorite, despite my fondness for picture-books featuring cats, but it is certainly one I enjoyed, and would recommend. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jun 28, 2020 |
This fun book answers the question about what cats do all night? A little girl gets the chance to go with her cat out to a party where she meets the queen of the cats and has a great time. several different types of medium make up the illustrations. ( )
  JenniferSprinkle | Aug 7, 2019 |
A fine book exploring the question of where the cat goes at night, with Burningham's usual wit and wry illustrations. A fine companion to Laden's "The Night I Followed the Dog" and ________ (bunny at night). ( )
  msmilton | Jul 18, 2018 |
A fine book exploring the question of where the cat goes at night, with Burningham's usual wit and wry illustrations. A fine companion to Laden's "The Night I Followed the Dog" and ________ (bunny at night). ( )
  msmilton | Jul 18, 2018 |
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Every night Marie-Elaine's cat, Malcolm, goes out, and every morning he comes back in and sleeps. "Where do cats go at night?" the girl wonders. So when she sees him at his cat door dressed to the nines, she begs to come along. And amazingly, Malcolm agrees, as long as she puts on her fancy clothes, gets small, and keeps it all a secret. With a whimsical story and breathtaking artwork, the acclaimed John Burningham takes us on an exciting night's journey, braving hoodlum dogs and precarious climbs for a rooftop party that is cause for celebration indeed.

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