Katie, a little dog, is so excited when Sara Ann brings home three little kittens that she can't stop herself from howling and trying to run after them. But her enthusiasm frightens the kitties, and she's sad when they run away from her. Don't they know that she just wants to play?
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by Erica Silverman
by Sarah Dessen
by John Bellairs, Brad Strickland
by Julie Klassen
by K.A. Tucker
by Stephanie L. Derrick
by John Harvey
by John Train
by John Cleland
by John Steinbeck
by John Mortimer
"Katie the dog just can't get things right. She LOVES the new kittens that have arrived in the house, but her enthusiasm is too much. The kittens are frightened by Katie's loud voice and boisterous behavior. When she sulks away to her bed for a whole day, narrator Elizabeth Himmelman mews and howls with gusto. She is imperious as Sara Ann disciplines her dog. Himmelman's pacing ebbs and flows with Katie's efforts at self-control; her voice rises and falls as Katie tries to be a more empathetic with the kittens. Background music and sound effects underscore the cacophony and the chaos. An interview with creator John Himmelman completes the production. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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