I received Meow! by Victoria Ying for this review/feature. Opinions expressed are my own.
Meow! by Victoria Ying is a adorable picture book with minimal words that is all about a playful kitten who gets frustrated when her family is too busy to play.
Meow? Meow? MEOW!
Featuring expressive art and sparse text, this fun read-aloud will allow parents and kids to creatively tell the story by expressing just one word in lots of different ways. This sweet and clever picture book is sure to charm readers through to the final purr.
Perfect for fans of the New York Times bestselling They All Saw a Cat, Spot, the Cat, and all cat lovers!
Check out a sample of the book below!
Victoria Ying is an artist with a background in animation. She is the illustrator of Not Quite Black and White and Lost and Found, What’s That Sound?, both written by her brother, Jonathan Ying. She lives in Los Angeles and enjoys car rides with her dog, Buster, and being at home with her cat, Boots.
As a family full of cat lovers and a cat of our own all 3 of my girls enjoy me reading Meow! to them. I try and say meow a little differently with varied inflections each time the word comes up on the page to match the situation that we are looking at. My girls go through feelings of sadness when the kitten does not have anyone to play with but then they are of course happy when the meows turn into happy meows. My girls usually run off to play with our cat when I am done reading the final page. Meow! is a cute book that has been added to our bookshelf for family reading time.