Bad Kitty Does Not Like Candy - Nick Bruel

Bad Kitty Does Not Like Candy

By Nick Bruel

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-05-12
  • Book Genre: Animals
  • Author: Nick Bruel
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 102 Ratings)

Bad Kitty Does Not Like Candy Nick Bruel read online review & book description:

Kitty's back—in this hilarious story, it's time to feed Kitty but all she wants is candy. Will Kitty prevail and get what she wants?

It's dinnertime and Bad Kitty is hungry. What should she eat for dinner?

Fish? Nope!
Beef? Ew!
Octopus? Gross!

Bad Kitty knows exactly what she wants. Candy! And nothing will stand in her way.

Or will it?

Find out what will stop Kitty from eating all the candy in the world in this bright, hilarious picture book from New York Times bestselling author Nick Bruel's beloved Bad Kitty series. Bad Kitty Does Not Like Candy is purrr-fect for young readers who love kitties, candy, and a little bit of chaos!

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Posted Reviews

  • bad kitty

    5
    By squidward and spongebobbb
    bad kitty is a great book for little kids. it helps them learn how to read and not to mention that the book is very funny.
  • Good book

    5
    By Micksryzki
    Not the best in the series
  • Bad kitty does not like candy

    4
    By Livy loo loo boo
    I really like this book because it is funny
  • It's short

    3
    By Gugugggjffj
    It is to short for people to read it's only 24 pages long.
  • Bad kitty

    5
    By Wolfblood 101
    Very short but very very funny

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