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And Other Traditional Jewish Songs for Cats

By Laurie Loughlin,Illustrated by Mary Ross

They're back! The same cats that added joy and mayhem to familiar Christmas carols are now ready to celebrate Hanukkah and other Jewish holidays with 20 hilarious new parodies. From "Have a Burrito" ("Have Nagila") to "Kmart, Kmart" ("Kmeh, Kmeh"), these are the songs that reveal the true feline meaning of celebration: food, naps, petting, and more food. Each set of lyrics is delightfully illustrated, and all are carefully synchronized to their better-known counterparts. So hum a few bars, and get a new perspective on the holiday -- and cat -- you thought you knew. Oy!

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Size: 4-1 /4 x 6 in;
Pages: 48 pp;
Full-Color Illustrations Throughout
Format: Hardcover
Publication: November 1994
ISBN: 9780811807982
ISBN10: 811807983
Laurie Loughlin lives in Nashville. She has two cats, Greta and Penelope.

Mary Ross is a San Francisco-based illustrator.