I am starting with the title Flubby Does Not Like Valentines’ Day as my first title as it was the first book of the series I read. However, though I am seeing it came out in December, I cannot say for sure as I read these J. E. Morris titles online. I cannot find it located any place for purchase. Therefore, I will just say that it is about Valentine’s Day and how Flubby the Cat is not a fan. Until he is.
And that is the theme of all the Flubby books. Flubby is not a fan of an act, thing, event, etc. until he is. In Flubby Will Not Play with That Flubby does not like the toys his human brings home from the store. Each one is either a very typical cat toy that seems to bore our cat protagonist, or one that might be a bit eccentric, to say the least (and I do not know about Flubby, but it would have made me need to use the litter box!) And in a more seasonal story, Flubby Does Not Like the Snow is a typical kid story. It is too cold out, so stays inside. Their feet are cold, go back inside. Also, his back and ears become cold (back inside). Eventually, his human finds Flubby some boots, jacket, scarf, etc. and now Flubby likes snow. And when it is time for bed, Flubby Will Not Go to Sleep until he has a friend to sleep with. Flubby acts part cat and part child, plus his human is trying their best to try and figure out what it is that this bundle of not sleepiness needs (a drink? A song? A blanket?)
In other words, Flubby is a toddler to pre-teen cat and does the typical little kid stuff with little kid attitude and charm. There are others in the series, but these are the books I happened to have read. It looks like Flubby Is Not a Good Pet! or Flubby Will Not Play with That is the first book, but for the most part, they can be read out of order. A mixture of picture book, early reader and graphic novel, this book is good for the starting reader up to about first/second grade.