Cheetah Can't Lose

Cheetah Can't Lose

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It's race day, and once and for all, it's time to determine the better feline: little cats or big cheetah.

Cheetah might be bigger, taller, stronger, faster . . . but the little cats have some tricks up their sleeves, so don't count them out!

With his signature wit and bold, graphic art, Bob Shea brings us an irresistible story about the difference between brains and brawn.

Publisher: New York : Balzer + Bray, c2013.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780061730832
Characteristics: [33] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Alternative Title: Cheetah cannot lose

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ChristchurchKids May 23, 2016

Cheetah is the speediest runner on Earth, and he won't let anyone forget it. Even his friends, two smaller cats, have to put up with his bragging about being big, fast, and (most importantly) a winner. Cheetah is so motivated by winning that he doesn't notice anything strange about how easily he succeeds in the pre-race contests arranged by his friends. After all, prizes like clunky "winner shoes" or a vision-obscuring crown can't slow down someone as fast as Cheetah…right? Dynamic, cheery cartoon illustrations round out this laugh-out-loud funny take on competition, compassion, and humility.

SPL_Childrens Mar 03, 2014

It’s time for the big race! Cheetah is faster, stronger and taller than the other cats … but they have some tricks that just might help them to win.

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amberlily1793
Aug 12, 2013

So funny! Cheetah. Cats. Pride. Competition. Over looking faults. Kindness. Friends. Friendship.

KRockstar10 May 06, 2013

By the author who created the Dinosaur vs. series. These are very similar in style and sense of humor. Quite cute.

wrell Apr 19, 2013

This book is a hilarious story for children and adults alike. I especially appreciate the end when the tricksters feel bad and try to right their wrong, even though you see where they are coming from.

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SPL_Childrens Mar 03, 2014

SPL_Childrens thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 5

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