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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Sam was a fat cat and he loved eating cookies and ham while lying on his mat. He did what he pleased and lived an easy life. He watched TV all day and took a nap in his kitty bed. Suddenly he heard a tapping sound and waddled to his scratching post to see what was inside the house. While he was having buttered toast, he saw a mouse. He got ready to pounce on the mouse but he tripped and bounced. Sam was clumsy and the little mouse jumped out of the door. Sam was too fat to get out of the door. He decided he would not be fat anymore and decided to become stronger for when the mouse returned. Instead of Fat Sam, he wanted to become Fit Sam. Will he be able to become fit and what did he do to go from Fat Sam to Fit Sam?
Fat Cat Sam Almost Catches a Mouse by Ashley Moluf is an adorable story that will encourage young readers to stay active and fit by exercising and eating right. The illustrations by the author are as delightful as the story and it is interesting how the pictures and scenes give the cat and the mouse each a personality of their own. Children who love cats will find this story charming and will love Sam. It is a good book to have in school libraries. The entire series will make children smile and can be used for storytelling and read-aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. The series is a good one for parents to gift their children and other kids in the family.