Bandit (2020)

Bandit Karen Rostoker-Gruber Vincent Nguyen Bandit Poor Bandit His toy basket fuzzy mouse blanket and bed are gone So is his litter box food bowl and tuna Then his owner carries him to the car What s happening Is he going to the vet or on vacati
  • Title: Bandit
  • Author: Karen Rostoker-Gruber Vincent Nguyen
  • ISBN: 9780761453826
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
Bandit Karen Rostoker-Gruber Vincent Nguyen Poor Bandit His toy basket, fuzzy mouse, blanket, and bed are gone So is his litter box, food bowl, and tuna Then his owner carries him to the car What s happening Is he going to the vet, or on vacation, or is he moving Bandit s adventure comes to life with Vincent Nguyen s vivid, retro full page and paneled illustrations featuring graphite pencil, ink, watercoPoor Bandit His toy basket, fuzzy mouse, blanket, and bed are gone So is his litter box, food bowl, and tuna Then his owner carries him to the car What s happening Is he going to the vet, or on vacation, or is he moving Bandit s adventure comes to life with Vincent Nguyen s vivid, retro full page and paneled illustrations featuring graphite pencil, ink, watercolor, and digital media.
Bandit Karen Rostoker-Gruber Vincent Nguyen

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  1. LynnDavidson

    A family moves to another house, but their cat, Bandit, feels and smells nothing familiar so finds his way back to their former home Another family has already moved there and things aren t what he expected.

  2. Tasha

    Poor Bandit, his entire home has been packed up around him No couch, no litter box, no food bowl He is put into a carrier and immediately knows that he is headed for the vet But instead he finds himself in an empty house with none of his beloved things So he heads back out on his own and returns to his house, curling up in the sunny spot he loves His owner comes to rescue him when the new family throws him out of the house, and when they return to the new home he finds all of his things waiting [...]

  3. Carly

    In this funny story, a cat moves with his owner and does not know where they are going When they reach the new place, the cat sneaks out, so that he can return to his home, to learn that he has a new home At first, the cat is scared, but grows to love his new home just as much This story relates to anyone moving because it can be scary to start something new In the classroom, I could talk to the students about moving and how it can sometimes be a good thing in the end At the end of the day, it i [...]

  4. Sam Bloom

    I know you can t really put these things in a children s book cat pukes cat hides for hours without coming out cat refuses to eat cat claws owner in fit of terror and anxiety cat leaves scratch marks up and down freshly painted walls Nonetheless, any one of these occurrences would have made this story of a cat whose family moves realistic, and therefore enjoyable, to me.

  5. Alice

    My sister has a cat, he disappeared and she saidif he is alive he would find his way home we figured he went to the litter box in the sky.This book has its funny parts Like I am a claw abiding citizen and Purrfect The pictures dots makes it feel like a newsprint comic strip but okay I like it

  6. Rheta Thola

    My 2 year old loves this book I actually think that the pictures are not that fun, but it seems to be the layout of the book that actually gets her interested It is about a cat who s owner moves But the story is broken into different blocks, similar to comic strips There is a small amount of narration, but it is mostly word bubbles from the cat.

  7. Amy Brown

    Bandit doesn t understand why everything is changing and why his owner takes him to a new home He runs back to his old home only to find that new people live there Thankfully his owner finds him and brings him back A moving story told from the point of view of the cat.

  8. Traci Bold

    Author Karen Rostoker Gruber got the anxiety right that a pet feels when moving to a new place Well written, comic strip illustrated and enlightening cats moving anxietyIllustrated by Vincent Nguyen, published by Marshall Cavendish Children.

  9. Karen

    The illustrations were interesting and kind of good, but didn t really stand out I did not especially care for the story or the way it was told I ve moved with cats It isn t fun, but this owner got pretty much everything wrong Also where is the kid for this story

  10. Denise

    I m not a huge fan of the illustrations and comic book style, but other than that it was a decent story.

  11. Tricia

    cat s owner relocatest returns to old houseey are reunited it was okay illustrations are in cartoon format.

  12. Amanda

    Good for cat lovers The illustrations were just okay and the text got a little cheesey at times I liked it fairly well though.

  13. Kathy Fredrickson

    Another on on my shortlist for best picture books, I really enjoyed the story and format of Bandit.

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