I felt bad for Nancy when she wasn't invited because she didn't have a cat. That was mean of Karen. I liked the part where Boo-Boo decided to play with Priscilla and swiped at her. The fun club sounded better than the kittycat club though Karen didn't have to create a club to have fun with her friends.
I find it funny that Mrs. Werner thought the girls were 16, 17, and 18, because I'm sure that flier had to look like it was made by little kids, not teenagers, even if she wasn't wearing glasses to read it. They were all handwritten, right?
"Usually, I think my parents are dorks, but every now and then they come through." --Claudia Kishi
Post by virgoscorpio on Apr 11, 2012 23:48:48 GMT -5
I forgot that this book is the introduction of Pat the Cat.
Look at Karen sitting all smugly with with I assume is Moosie and Goosie (but I thought they were cats, not bears?) She looks like she's thinking, "That's right, beech. I have 2 of everything."
Karen mentions how Hannie's house is almost as big as Watson's. For real? I always thought the Papadakis house was more humble, in size and in style. Not that they weren't wealthy. It was just that their house wasn't as glamorized as much as Watson's or the Delaney/Kormans. I thought the Papadakises and the Kilbourne house were just really ritzy houses, "small" mansions or "bigger than average" homes.
"It is important to be on time for any job, even if you are working for a witch." ~ Karen Brewer