Children's literature gives us some memorable cat characters. These ornaments feature cats from Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
The Cheshire Cat is a favorite for many who like the Alice stories. That mysterious cat who dissolves into a lingering smile appeals to many people for a variety of reasons. This cat ornament from Old World Christmas will become a favorite when decorating the tree in years to come.
The set of Dr. Seuss ornaments features characters straight out of The Cat in the Hat. You'll find the Cat himself, along with his trusty hat, plus four pairs of Thing 1 and Thing 2.
The Cat in the Hat was first written as an innovative way to teach young children how to read and has since become a classic. Children today still love the book's zany rhymes and characters.
Teachers will find many uses for these figurines. They would make a cute addition to a classroom tree, but they could be used in a variety of other ways in the classroom, too.
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Ha! That's funny, Dustytoes! Better hang the unbreakable kind!
Much better than diamonds, I agree. Cuter, too.
Love cats, they are womans best friend! :)K
I have a living kitty tree ornament. The cat enjoys climbing to the top on the Christmas tree. Whatever ornaments I hang are usually on the ground in no time thanks to her. The Jim Shore ornaments are so pretty!
Thanks, Brenda! I like them, too.
I love these! The teacups are really cute and so are the others.