Pete el gato wears his new white shoes while walking down the street, and as he steps into piles of strawberries, blueberries, and other messes--and the color of his footwear changes--he keeps on moving and singing to himself without being bothered.
Pete the Cat participates in a school play about the first Thanksgiving. He makes new friends and learns a lot about what it was like to be a Pilgrim and live off the land, as well as to be thankful for everything. Lift the flaps to see what other adventures and facts came about during the play.
"When Pete sees that the playground is in bad shape, he gets a totally groovy idea--make a new one! Pete calls in construction workers and cement mixers, backhoes and dump trucks to build the coolest playground ever. But when his plans don't work out, Pete learns that no matter what, you have to dream big"--Back cover.
Everyone's favorite cat shares a collection of his favorite inspirational and feel-good quotes, from well-known classics attributed to luminaries such as Albert Einstein, Confucius, Abraham Lincoln, Shakespeare and more!
Pete the Cat is learning a new dance--the Cool Cat Boogie! When he hears a groovy beat, he's full of happy feet. But when Grumpy Toad tells him, "Pete, you dance all wrong!" Pete is determined to become a better dancer. With the help of his friends and some wise words from Owl, Pete learns that he's the grooviest when he's being himself.
From the bestselling Pete the Cat series, it's a groovy pizza party that you don't want to miss!
It's a party, a party, a perfect pizza party!
That's what Pete thinks as he piles the pie high with his favorite topping—pepperoni. But then his friends come over and add their own toppings to the pizza. Will Pete's perfect pizza be ruined? There's only one
When his friends are less than impressed by the crayon portraits he draws of them, Pete the cat begins doubting his artistic abilities before reconnecting with his unfailingly creative, groovy spirit and the realization that there are no mistakes in art.
Pete the Cat is sad that summer is over, so his mom suggests he remind himself of everything he likes about autumn. As he eats his grandma's pumpkin pie, wanders through the corn maze, picks apples, and rakes leaves, Pete realizes change isn't so bad after all. And when the guests arrive for Thanksgiving, Pete knows what he loves most all year long: his friends and family.