Synopses & Reviews
Sid the cat lived at number one Aristotle Street. He also lived at number two, number three, number four, number five, and number six. Sid liked having six homes--he could eat six dinners a day and be petted by six different owners. Until he was taken to the vet not once . . . not twice, but six different times. Moore's illustrations are as charming and playful as her hero.
"Six-Dinner Sid" is a Smarties Prize Winner and a NCTE Notable Children's Books in the Language Arts Selection.