How to be a Good Cat by Gail Page
  

Synopsis

How to be a Good Cat by Gail Page

Bobo is a very good dog. So when Mr Hiccup needs someone to watch Bonkers, his new kitten, Bobo eagerly volunteers. He can't wait to teach his young friend a few tried-and-tested tricks. But Bonkers doesn't want to sit or stay or fetch. He'd rather shred the curtains or terrorise the goldfish. Luckily, Cat knows all about cat things, like stretching, pouncing and landing on his feet. But even with lessons, can a good dog really teach a bad cat how to behave? No matter which animal they prefer, all readers will love the silliness that ensues when this big dog and sweet (but naughty!) kitten go head to head.

Reviews

Praise for How to Be a Good Dog: Completely loveable. -Daniel Pinkwater, NPR Bobo...is the canine Oscar Madison -New York Times Grabs your heart and won't let go. -curledup.com Praise for Bobo and the New Neighbor: Larger-than-life Bobo and his feline companion are the driving forces in this offbeat tale. -Kirkus A fun read-aloud for a group. -SLJ

About the Author

Gail Page is a fine artist and textile designer whose work has been exhibited in shows and galleries throughout the USA. She has painted murals in hospitals and orphanages. Gail is also the author of the first two Bobo books (published by Bloomsbury USA).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Gail Page
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

8th November 2011

ISBN

9781408826188


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