Bernard Setaro Clark
Clickity clack, clickity clack . . . Splat's bicycle bumps and jumps over the bumpy track on his way to school, until . . . crack! Splat takes a tumble off of his bike and finds himself nose to beak with a duck. A crash of this caliber should certainly merit some alarm from this duck, but Splat hears no sound. A duck with no quack? Splat thinks that his teacher, Mrs. Wimpydimple, will know ...
Join Splat in his outrageously funny and endearing adventures: from his first day at school, to Valentine's Day, to going camping with his rival, Spike. All that and more can be found in this delightful audio collection!
Included in this collection are:Splat the CatLove, SplatMerry Christmas, SplatScaredy-Cat Splat!Splat the Cat: Splat the Cat Sings FlatSplish, Splash, SplatSplat the Cat: Good Night, Sleep TightSplat the Cat: Back to ...
How can there be homework when it’s only the first day of school? Splat must pick only one of all of his fun summer adventures to share with his classmates at show-and-tell. But in the end, Splat may find that the best part of his summer wasn’t an adventure at all. . . .
Splat the Cat is so excited for the snowstorm. He has plans to make the best snowcat ever! But this snow is way too slow. What's a cat to do? Splat decides he will make it snow. Despite everything he tries, Splat begins to think the snowstorm will never start. . . .
Beginning readers will sympathize and laugh along with Splat as he waits for snow in this new I Can Read adventure!
Splat is really excited about going camping—until his mom tells him she has invited his rival, Spike. Will Spike ruin Splat's trip?
In this easy-to-follow story about an unlikely friendship, Splat learns that his worst enemy isn't so different from him after all.
Splat's class is going on a year-end field trip to the ice cream factory. Splat is extremely excited thinking about the mountain of ice cream he's going to eat. But when things don't go as planned, that ice cream mountain turns out to be more of an avalanche. It's up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!
Beginning readers will scream for more Splat the Cat fun after devouring this delectable tale.
When Dad's team loses a soccer game, Splat the Cat decides to cheer up his dad by entering them into a father-son three-legged race at the Cat School Game Day. When the race doesn't go the way Splat hopes, will he still succeed in making his dad glad again?
Beginning readers will love this hilarious easy-to-read addition to the Splat series that features the "-ad" sound!
When Splat's teacher announces that the whole class is going to sing for their parents on Parents' Night, Splat is worried: he's afraid to speak in public, much less sing in public!
In fact, he's so nervous he can't even manage a simple "meow." What will it take for Splat to overcome his stage fright and make his parents proud?
Splat the Cat Sings Flat, Splat's I Can Read debut, captures the experience of facing one's fears ...
Splat loves watching his favorite superhero, Super Cat, on the family TV, but when the set breaks, Splat has no way to watch his cherished cartoon. Splat asks himself, "What would Super Cat do?" and decides to save the day by winning a brand-new TV. The only problem is that winning the TV requires Splat to enter a cake-baking contest . . . which turns out to be a little trickier and stickier than expected.
Splat the Cat's friends Spike and Plank are coming over to play games. Splat is excited to play with them . . . until everything starts to go wrong! First he trips and falls in Mouse, Mouse, Cat—and then he can't find a good hiding spot in hide-and-seek. Readers will delight as Splat finds a way to have fun in the end.
The Name of the Game is a perfect story for kids just learning to ...