The Cat Race


Hi, my name is Cefa the cat.  Today I’m going to tell you about one of my favorite cat stories.  It is called The Cat Race.”

If I ever wanted to move from my home with Drugu, I would move to Catville.  Catville is a town where all the cats live.  The mayor is a cat.  The town council members are cats.  And all of it’s citizens are cats.

One day the Catville town council decided to hold a “race”.  Everyone was excited.  They all volunteered to help make the “race” a huge success, even though they were not sure just what a “race” was.

On the day of the “race” everyone gathered around eagerly waiting for the festivities to begin.…

Well, I guess you will have to read the story to find out just what happened on Race Day.

Did the cat population find out what a race was?  Did they enjoy the race?  Was it a success?  Do you think they will have another Race Day?

This is one of my favorite cat stories because it shows how everyone in the town of Catville worked together to make Race Day a successful and fun event.  It didn’t matter what type of cat they were or if they were members of the town council or just the citizens, they all got together and made sure their town had the most successful Race Day – Ever!

“The Cat Race” is a true family collaboration.  The author is mother, Christa.  Her daughter, Alyssa, is the illustrator.  Daughter Sarah supplied the original inspiration for The Cat Race.”.  And the other family members, husband Steve and son Nathan, were responsible for adding fun ideas.

I hope you liked my review and will add “The Cat The Cat RaceRace” to your collection of books you like to read.


Cefa the Cat


PS.  Here are some coloring pages Mayor Tom sent especially for you.

Race Day, coloring page 1

Mayor Tom, coloring page 2

Catville coloring page 3

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Thank you for the lovely review, Cefa!!! If you can ever make it to Catville, the citizens would love to meet you!!! 🙂

  2. Wonderful review! Love the moral of the story!

  3. This is a fun story with the potential to spark good discussion with kids. Makes me wish I had grandchildren to share it with!

    Judy S.

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