Way ahead Reader Where's Tiggy? by Mary Bowen, Printha Ellis
  

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Way ahead Reader Where's Tiggy? by Mary Bowen, Printha Ellis

Part of the Way Ahead Readers series; we see a view of the house from a similar angle to that in A/W 41. The point of view is from inside the shed, looking out of the shed window, with the garden immediately in front of the shed and the house in the distance. In the foreground we can see Tiggy the cat. She is inside the shed, looking though the window towards the house, and thus has her back to us. We may see just her head and shoulders - perhaps in a sitting posture, or else standing with her paws up on the edge of the windowsill. Insofar as it is possible to convey the cat's emotions, Tiggy should apear to be interested and amused by the fuss, but she is not planning to stir and inch, preferring the humans to come and find her. There should be no hint of any kittens about this point. Outside the house and in the garden are various members of the family - three or four of them - all looking for Tiggy. Grandpa might be looking under his sunlounger, Mum could be standing on the terrace looking up at the roof with her hand raised to shield her eyes, and Linda is standing in the garden facing the shed and calling for Tiggy. If there is space, it would be nice to have Grandma as well; she could be peering behind a shrub.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Mary Bowen, Printha Ellis
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Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

17th July 1999

ISBN

9780333772119


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