Splat the cat's bicycle bumps and jumps over the bumpy track on his way to school, until . . . crack! Splat takes a tumble off of his bike and finds himself nose to beak with a duck. When the duck does not make a sound, Splat packs the duck in his backpack along with his school supplies to his teacher, Mrs. Wimpydimple, who will know what to do, and heads off to Cat School.
"Splat the Cat is excited to play games with his friends -- until he loses every game! Will Spalt find a way to have fun?"--Page  of cover.
Looking forward to a fun-filled playdate with his friends Spike and Plank, Splat the Cat is dismayed when things start going wrong, from his fall during a game to his inability to find a good hide-and-seek spot.
When an accident breaks the family's television, Splat resolves to win a new one by entering a cake-baking contest, an effort that is challenged by a disastrous first attempt and a goal of preparing a cake in the shape of a superhero.
Looking forward to having fun in the snow with his friends, Splat the Cat decides he cannot wait for the snow to start falling and takes matters into his own paws with hilarious results, in a story complemented by skill-building phonics components.
"Splat's friends are having a rehearsal for their cool new band, the Cat Gang. But something's missing...it just doesn't feel right without Splat! Everyone wants Splat to join the band. But Splat can't sing and he doesn't play an instrument! What can he do that is perfect for the Cat Gang?"--Dust jacket.
Looking forward to enjoying the numerous rides and food choices at the fair with his friends, Splat the Cat resolves to cheer up an absent Kitten by rallying Spike and Plank to help him find a fun gift for her.
Splat is excited to visit an ice cream factory on a field trip, but when things go awry, it is up to him and his classmates to save the day.
Splat can barely sit still during the bus ride. He's imagining the mountain of ice cream he thinks he'll get to eat! But when Splat gets there, that mountain becomes more of an avalanche. It's up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!
A skill-building reader introduces the "-ot" word family in a story that finds Splat the Cat excitedly participating in Cat Scouts jamboree activities, including knot tying, fire building and escaping a mud puddle.