Flabby Tabby by Penny McKinlay
  

Synopsis

Flabby Tabby by Penny McKinlay

Tabby is not the most energetic cat. She lives her life between her bowl and her basket and if she ever wants to get on a chair, Polly is always there to lift her up. Life is good, until the day she gets stuck in the cat flap. Dad knows that something must be done about Tabby's flabbiness and Tabby soon finds herself competing with a fitter kitty for food, basket space and Polly's cuddles. So Tabby devises her Secret Feline Fitness Programme to show Fit Kit what's what.

About the Author

Penny McKinlay began her career as a news and show business journalist on the Daily Mirror and Daily Mail, then joined TV AM as a producer. She is now head of the News Features department at Sky News. Britta Teckentrup graduate of the Royal College of Art, Britta's first book was described by Publishers Weekly as magic , and she hasn't looked back since. Author and illustrator of over 60 children's books published in over 20 countries, her work is elegant and child-like at the same time. Britta lives in Berlin with her husband and son.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Penny McKinlay
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

1st December 2006

ISBN

9781845075651


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