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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons read out loud by Alina Celeste – Kids Book

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons read out loud by Alina Celeste – Kids Book


I have a surprise today! Pete the Cat! and his four groovy buttons. Groooovay. Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons is
written by Eric Litwin and the art is by James Dean, he’s the creator of Pete the Cat and
here he is on this super cool skate board Pete the Cat and his four groovy buttons, there he is and I see four buttons Pete the cat put on his favorite shirt with four groovy big, colorful, round, groovy buttons. He loved his buttons so much he sang this
song: Here Pete is thinking about the number four ready? My buttons, my buttons, my four groovy buttons
My buttons, my buttons, my four groovy buttons and here Pete’s like, oh yeah! Pop! oh no!
One of the buttons popped off and rolled away How many buttons were left? Three! Because four minus one equals three Look at Pete, he’s like “what? where did my
buttons go?” But did Pete Cry? Goodness no
Buttons come and buttons go He just kept on singing his song and here
Pete’s thinking: “Three? Groovy” Let’s do the song: My buttons, my buttons, my three groovy buttons
My buttons, my buttons, my three groovy buttons Pop! oh no!
Another button popped off and rolled away And he was on his skateboard too
How many buttons did that leave? TWO
Because three minus one equals two Did Pete Cry? Goodness no
Because buttons come and buttons go He just kept singing his song: My buttons, my buttons, my two groovy buttons
My buttons, my buttons, my two groovy buttons Good song right? oh no! Pop!
Another button popped off and rolled away I think it’s okay though because Pete’s got
some ice cream. It looks like strawberry and chocolate, what do you think? Anyway, how
many buttons did he have left now? One!
Because two minus one is one. Did Pete Cry? Goodness no
Buttons come and buttons go My buttons, my buttons, my one groovy button
My buttons, my buttons, my one groovy button It’s a good song man. Pop! oh no! The last button popped off and rolled away How many buttons were left now?
Oh man, and it rolled away at the beach, he’s never going to find it in all that sand Zero. There are zero buttons left because
one minus one equals zero. Zero. Did Pete Cry? Goodness no
He just kept singing his song Buttons come and buttons go Pete looked down at his buttonless shirt,
and he was all “what kind of song can I sing now? ” Well what do you think he saw when he looked down at his shirt? Yes! His Belly button! So he just kept singing his song about his
belly button because you know what, that’s one button that you can’t lose. It’s all good says Pete! And let’s sing his new song it goes: My button, my button Still have my belly button My button, my button, Still have my belly button My button, my button, Still have my belly button I could sing that like just all day. I’m gonna
sing that about my belly button. Anyway. I guess it simply goes to show that stuff will
come and stuff will go. But do we cry? Goodness no. We keep on singing. Here are Pete’s four buttons, we’ve got like
a turquoise one, a blue one, a green one and a red one and they’re all rolling away, just
like stuff does. Buttons come and buttons go, whaddaya know? There they are, coming and going You can find out more about James Dean and
Eric Litwin down below in the info and if you have a song or a book you wanna hear from
me, tell me about it in the comments. You could sing it: This story, this story this,
really good story.

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