My New Kitten (1994) is a picture book written in the First-Person Perspective of a new kitten owner. It was illustrated by Dana Camerini and was published by Random House. What's interesting to note about this book is that the illustrations are boxed giving the book a almost Comic Book or Comic Strip feel to it.
This book provides examples of:
- Age Cut: The kittens, they went from tiny to about half their mother's size.
- Cute Kitten: As to be expected, they are present in the book.
- First Pet Story: Played with, since the kitten is not the owner's first pet, that's implied to be the kitten's mother. It's still ultimately about how much the kitten's owner loves her new kitten and the responsibility it take to care for it.
- Kindhearted Cat Lover: The kitten's owner since she not only owns it but it's mother as well.
- The Man in the Moon: The moon seems to have a nose.
- Monochromatic Eyes: The eyes of every character seen are pure white.