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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
At one time, Gage lived in a catless home, but that was before he ended up with a house full of cats. Now his house is a catty house because there are cats everywhere. Where did all of these cats come from? And how in the world will Gage keep his cats in their family’s one wall house? Yes, that’s right, too. There are two interesting things about Gage’s house. It’s a catty house and it only has one wall. And you have to read this really awesome book to find out about Gage and his interesting house.
Everyone knew Gage wanted a cat, so they decided to surprise him with one. The only thing is, each person didn’t tell the other one that they were bringing Gage a cat, so guess what happened? And if you’ve ever wondered what different colored cats would look like, this is the book to read. This is such a funny and fun story to read to your little ones. Children old enough to read would love to read this book themselves. I loved Gage and his family. They loved Gage enough that they wanted to make him happy. This story is well written, and one that will be loved and read over and over. The illustrations are in vivid bright colors, and the people and cats are so adorable. Each picture follows along very well with the story. Small children will be able to read the story just looking at the pictures.