When Tom Met Tallulah by Rosie Reeve
  

When Tom Met Tallulah

Written by Rosie Reeve

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There’s a wicked sense of humour at play in this punchy story the cuts to the heart of the complex relationship between pets and their owners. Tallulah’s a nice girl and, when she gets Tom as a kitten she trains him to be the perfect pet. Tallulah is good at cat; she understands exactly what Tom needs. Tom decides he’s got some learning to do. He studies Tallulah carefully. Soon, he can walk, eat, dress and more – just like Tallulah. Unfortunately, Tom is not such a nice cat…

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When Tom Met Tallulah by Rosie Reeve

When Tom meets Tallulah, he's just a shy little kitten but Tallulah knows just how to make him feel at home. Tallulah, you see, is very good at 'CAT'. She can tell exactly what Tom wants from a simple 'purr' or 'miaow'. They are the perfect team, best friends until ...Tom begins to learn 'HUMAN'. Suddenly, Tom is not quite as cute as he first seemed. SOMEONE has not been nice ...Find out just how much mischief one rascally cat can get up to in this rebelliously funny picture book.

About the Author

Rosie Reeve

ROSIE REEVE is a well-known illustrator with a host of successful picture books under her belt, including Henry's Holiday (Macmillan) and Little One's Bedtime (Simon and Schuster). When Tom Met Tallulah is Rosie's first book for Bloomsbury and the first book she has written herself. Her talent for writing is now, at last, unleashed! Rosie studied Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and now lives in London with her three children.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5

Author

Rosie Reeve
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Author's Website

www.rosiereeve.co.uk/

Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

11th April 2013

ISBN

9781408836989

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