Katy No-Pocket

Katy No-Pocket


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Katy's distress at being a kangaroo with no pouch is quickly remedied by a kindly construction worker.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780395137178
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Publication date: 12/01/1973
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 71,635
Product dimensions: 8.75(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.16(d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

About the Author

Emmy Payne comes from a family of published authors and began writing her own stories as a young child. She has also written more than twenty mystery books in collaboration with her mother, Christine Noble Govan.

Hans and Margret Rey created many books during their lives together, including Curious George, one of the most treasured classics of all time, as well as other favorites like Spotty and Pretzel. But it was their rambunctious little monkey who became an instantly recognizable icon. After the Reys escaped Paris by bicycle in 1940 carrying the manuscript for the original Curious George, the book was published in America in 1941. More than 200 Curious George titles followed, with 75 million books sold worldwide. Curious George has been successfully adapted into a major motion picture and an Emmy-winning television show on PBS.

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Katy No-Pocket 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
meemmers More than 1 year ago
I bought these books for my 3 yr old grand daughter-- she LOVES to read books (have them read to her) and this was one that my daughter-in-law requested for her-------
Treeseed on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is a really delightful story book illustrated by H.A. Rey, who also created the beloved Curious George books. In the same fun-loving and colorful style, the story of Katy, a mama kanagroo with no pocket for her baby, comes to life. Katy searches high and low and interviews many other kinds of animals to try to find a way to carry her baby, Freddy. In the end she gets some great advice and finds a solution that is pure genius. The story is really cute but H.A. Rey's utterly charming illustrations make this into a treat that should NOT be missed. The details of the various animals are so jolly, the faces so expressive. The pictures just exude happiness. I believe that once you share this with a little one it will become a family favorite.
conuly on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is a story about a kangaroo who needs to find a way to carry her joey. After asking around and finding other people's methods don't work, she goes to the city where she gets an apron with TONS of pockets, and everybody is happy, etc. etc. etc.It's not a bad book, per se... it's just that I find it really weird that the animals listed here are not found together in nature. It's one thing to have predators speaking to prey, that happens in picture books all the time, but to have African animals talking to Australian animals, and to have Woodland animals conversing with Savannah animals? It's a little weird, is all.And the book is a bit wordy, a bit too long for the story it's telling. It's not really *all* that interesting.
Nettybread More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite all time children's books. I loved it as a child, love it as an adult, and my first grade students loved it as well.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If I could afford it, I would give this book to all my friends with kids. This book is darling - the absolute best. We love it. The illustrations are gorgeous. The story has true depth and is so sweet and meaningful. A real classic. A gem!