|aSplat the cat |ba whale of a tale |cbased on the bestselling books by Rob Scotton ; cover art by Rick Farley ; text by Amy Hsu Lin ; interior illustrations by Robert Eberz.
|aWhale of a tale
|aNew York, NY |bHarper|cc2013.
|a31 p. |bcol. ill. |c23 cm.
|aI can read! 1, Beginning reading
|a"Based on the creation of Rob Scotton"--Cover.
|a"Splat's family is going to the beach--and Splat can't wait to find a shell with the sound of the sea inside! But when all he finds are broken shells, can a friend in the ocean help save the day?"-- P.  of cover.
|aGuided reading level: J.
|aSplat the Cat (Fictitious character)|vJuvenile fiction.
Splat the Cat is off for a day at the beach in Splat the Cat: A Whale of a Tale by Rob Scotton.Splat is excited because his grandfather told Splat that you can hear the sea if you put a seashell up to your ear. Splat is determined to discover a shell like that to bring back for his grandfather. But as hard as he looks on the beach, all he can find is broken shells. Until he gets some help from a new friend—a whale.Splat the Cat: A Whale of a Tale is an I Can Read Level 1 book. It is perfect for kids who are beginning to sound out words and sentences.