Simon & Schuster (1986)
In addition to being naughty and losing their company clothes, Tom and his two sisters indulge in rowdy behavior when they are sent upstairs as punishment.
LibraryThing member susan139
Classic childrens story with beautiful water colour illustrations.
LibraryThing member meallen1
I really liked this book because it was a pop up book and so kids would really like that.
LibraryThing member angharad_reads
Fairly dull tale of kitteny mischief. In its favour, the pictures are lifelike as usual, at least as far as clothed bipedal animals can be. And I did learn the word "tucker" (item of clothing).
LibraryThing member jjmcgaffey
Cute and sweet and all that stuff. The classic, of course, is Peter Rabbit. but Tom Kitten is in the same vein - though Peter is considerably more active than Tom, who mostly seems to follow his sisters around. Nor is there any sort of moral to this one - except maybe that mothers who want their
Show Morechildren to look good for guests shouldn't send them out unsupervised in their good clothes! Glad I read it, don't need to ever read it again.
LibraryThing member givingtree1
Nice hardcover board book of the original story
LibraryThing member whitneyann47
This is a very cute book with great alliteration and repetition. When I was younger I absolutely loved it and loved looking at the pictures. It is very fun for children to chant the little sayings along with you.
LibraryThing member mirikayla
I like these books mostly for having seen Miss Potter, but the little kittens are adorable and of course I love the paintings.
LibraryThing member benuathanasia
Random and boring.
LibraryThing member fuzzi
I have only read one other book by this author before reading The Tale of Tom Kitten. The pictures are adorable, the story is cute, and I think younger children and their parents would enjoy reading about the naughty deeds of the three kittens in the story.
Original publication date
0671629271 / 9780671629274