Bad Kitty for President

The votes are in it s a Bad Kitty landslide It s time to elect a new president of the Neighborhood Cat Coalition Who will win the election The candidate chosen by the kitties on the right side of the street or the candidate chosed by the kitties on the left side of the street When election time rolls around, one candidate guess who will discover that she never botThe votes are in it s a Bad Kitty landslide It s time to elect a new president of the Neighborhood Cat Coalition Who will win the election The candidate chosen by the kitties on the right side of the street or the candidate chosed by the kitties on the left side of the street When election time rolls around, one candidate guess who will discover that she never bothered to register to vote and the entire election will be decided by a surprise, last minute absentee ballot sent by Old Kitty.Book Details Format HardcoverPublication Date 1 17 2012Pages 144Reading Level Age 7 and Up
Bad Kitty for President The votes are in it s a Bad Kitty landslide It s time to elect a new president of the Neighborhood Cat Coalition Who will win the election The candidate chosen by the kitties on the right side of the

  • Title: Bad Kitty for President
  • Author: Nick Bruel
  • ISBN: 9781596436695
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Bad Kitty for President”

    1. The seat of the president of the Neighborhood Cat Club has been occupied by Old Kitty for some time. Now, old and tired (and having served his two allowable terms), a new candidate must rise from the ranks and take the lead. . .FEH!But after some convincing from the narrator, Kitty decides to take on the roll of president. . .but not so fast, Kitty, fancy outfits don't make you the president. There are steps to follow here. Uncle Murray steps in to explain the primary system. But the primary sys [...]

    2. A Billion dollars!! Holy $€*@!!Bad Kitty is sick and tired of all those stray cats coming into his territory and digging in the trash. She wants them gone. So she does the only thing she can do. run for president. I'm pretty sure this is how Trump decided to run. Was sick of stray cats always messing up his hair. Now cheddar skin is president. Bad Kitty does her not so best and makes a mockery out of everything. Usually Bad Kitty has me in stitches. This one was kind of dull and I didn't even [...]

    3. Bad Kitty for President is another of Nick Bruel’s Bad Kitty novels. In this, the Neighborhood Cat Club President’s term is up and the position is open. Bad Kitty wishes to make laws about other cats invading the neighborhood so he is convinced by the narrator to run for president. The book goes through primaries, political parties, campaigning, and much more in a fun way. This novel explains a great deal, especially with the “Uncle Murray’s Fun Facts” pages. Realistic kid questions ar [...]

    4. I kinda liked this book but it was short. This would be good for 3rd graders who enjoy learning books. This book was like informational books. Bad kitty was mad at stray cats because he wanted them to stop digging in his garbage. The he found out Old kitty was retiring so bad kitty wanted to be president but he lost. So he was mad and never wanted to do it again.

    5. I can't believe itI actually lol'd several times. Quick and fun and educationalad my previous recommendations turned out to be right on. :) Oh, and loved the illustrations!

    6. Love the way the author weaves facts in with the fiction. And it's funny too! What a great read for young children who want to learn about elections!

    7. After I read this book I realized something about Nick Bruel. He has cleverly written this series of Bad Kitty books so that each one is progressively a bit more difficult to read, starting with picture books, then moving to chapter books, then moving to this one, thereby luring young readers into ever more challenging reads. However, as appealing as Bad Kitty is, I don't think this book will appeal to every fan. The story revolves around Bad Kitty wanting to be president of the Neighborhood Cat [...]

    8. With trademark humor and mischief, Bruel continues the Bad Kitty series with great kid appeal in this timely installment. The Neighborhood Cat Coalition is set to elect their president and Old Kitty has decided to step down. Annoyed by the stray cats in the neighborhood, Bad Kitty springs into action when she realizes the potential power that can come with elected office. The black-and-white cartoon illustrations draw kids into the story and keep the pacing and humor moving at a good pace. The k [...]

    9. Nick Buel's Bad Kitty for President is out just in time for the presidential race this year. Bad Kitty for President includes the steps necessary to become president in easy to understand language and graphic novel format with a character that elementary students are already familiar with and enjoy. The students will enjoy most of the jokes, though many of them target higher-level humor that may appeal to middle school students. Bad Kitty runs for neighborhood president when he decides something [...]

    10. Bad Kitty explaining the electoral process is a stretch on a good day. When I started reading I actually thought there was potential for this to be an engaging, albeit silly way to teach kids how the presidential election works, but Bruel drops the ball when things get complicated and simply moves on without a real explanation. It is classified as Fiction, but the presentation ( a pseudo-glossary, explanatory spreads) implies that it is offering factual information, making it less fun than other [...]

    11. I wish I could give this book more stars. I actually would have given it just 2.5 stars if I had been able. I love Bad Kitty - the picture book and especially the first chapter book, Bad Kitty Gets a Bath. Unfortunately, none of the other chapter books have been quite as fabulous as that. In fact, it seems as if they get wordier (the Uncle Murray parts) and not as appealing to kids. In fact, I know several children that skip the Uncle Murray lectures. I appreciate the knowledge Uncle Murray is t [...]

    12. Bad Kitty for President by Nick Bruel (2012)Genre: Chapter bookFormat: bookPlot summary: Kitty decides to run for President of the Neighborhood Cat Association.Considerations or precautions for readers advisory (strong language, sex, death, religious overtones, violence, etc.): No special considerationsSection source used to find the material: In class recommendationRecommended age: Grades 2-4

    13. This book is written more for older children than for beginning readers, who are presumably the intended audience. It lays out the complicated process of elections, defining many terms in a glossary in the back of the book. The text explains such concepts as primaries, delegates, caucuses, nominees, debates, PACs, and super-PACs (here called 527 groups). It's a tough slog, without much room left for humor. Duck for President by Doreen Cronin is much more basic and easier to understand.

    14. Old kitty is not going to be president anymore. Bad kitty wants to be president. He makes commercials to pretend he was good. Uncle Murray published them. Bad kitty forgot to vote. Everyone else got one vote. They voted for themselves but the twin kitty's voted for each other. They decided to let Strange kitty be the president.

    15. It can be difficult to get my 8 year old daughter reading. She is a fan of The Bad Kitty series. We read this book together which I am glad we did so I could expand on her questions. We read it over several days and I was worried she would lose interest but she kept asking to read just one more chapter. It is a great book to introduce children 7+ to how our democracy works.

    16. This book is very funny. I like that Kitty had her usual grumpy, spitty fit. The introduction was funny. This story is probably one of the funniest stories I have ever read. I read it like 3 or 4 times. It is a good book.

    17. with all the election hype, the debates, etc what better time to read this than now - for fellow Bad Kitty followers you will like it. If I had a choice between Newt G and Bad Kitty - well, we all know who I'd vote for don't we.

    18. This book just wasn't as funny as the other Bad Kitty books. It had potential, but totally fell flat for me.

    19. I suppose this is one way to introduce young children to the political process. Bad Kitty is pretty savvy with the attack ads.

    20. There was this old Kitty named,old Kitty and He served his time as president,then they were going to have election on to see who would be the next president and Kitty heard about it and he went to join in it and he did and they did some crazy challenge it was called kiss the baby,Kitty wanted to win so bad that we went around knocking on the Kitty’s dores that he was going against, and today is the day said Kitty you are going to win well when he got there he was going to vote for himself and [...]

    21. A simple chapter book featuring Bad Kitty that explains how elections work (mostly describing how the United States of America's general elections work, though somewhat focusing on the presidential elections).So this is a topic I think could really use this sort of explanation, as it's nicely simplified and details the different "players" in elections, however, it makes one crucial mistake. It completely overlooks/ignores/leaves out the electoral college, which is probably the aspect of the pres [...]

    22. I read the line outloud to my six year old. "You have no choice but to live with the results if you want to live in a democracy."My 13 year old shouts from his room, "Tell that to all of the Hillary supporters!"Ah politicsThis book starts them early. But it's filled with all sorts of knowledge about how an election is handled and my boys really enjoyed it. They learned a lot and had plenty of laughs about Bad Kitty. My little one was so excited to learn there are other Bad Kitty books. Guess we [...]

    23. I loved this book because it's funny and it's about a cat trying to get voted. This book would be perfect for 5th graders who enjoy cats that are funny or if they just like funny stuff. If you like cats and being able to laugh then you will love this book because this cat is trying to get voted by other cats . The ending is strange kitty got voted other than bad kitty and she gets mad at strange kitty then it's the end but it's really the end of the book

    24. From parentThe amount of %#*& in these books is overwhelming well, in the united states, some presidential campaigns can cost more than a billion dollars! A billion dollars! Holy %#@$Not a book for children

    25. When Old Kitty's term is up, Bad Kitty decides to run for president so that he can decide what to do with all the stray cats that are coming into his neighborhood. His worthy opponent? Big Kitty.A pretty good overview of how the election process works

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