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Grumpy Cat: No-It-All

Cat Grumpy

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

Just say no! Grumpy Cat shares her least favorite things (like smiles and rainbows) and teaches us the power of negative thinking. 
 
New York Times–bestselling feline Grumpy Cat is back with a mission: Teach the world to “NO” everything. She’s collected all her least favorite things and can’t wait to tell everyone what to think about them. Grumpy Cat: No-It-All is packed with feel-good topics just begging for a cranky makeover: kittens, rainbows, smiles, birthday parties, cuddles, and more. Anyone who takes delight in sometimes seeing the glass half empty will love the hilarious new photos and commentary from the official mascot of misery. Where others say “aww!,” Grumpy Cat teaches us to say “ugh.” Nothing sweet is safe from this famous frown.
Available since: 10/13/2015.
Print length: 96 pages.

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