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Cat and Fish discover each other one night and spark a most unlikely friendship. As they teach each other about the worlds of the land and the sea they find they share a common sense of adventure. Through mazes, under hideouts, over cities, and in the ocean, Cat and Fish unravel the magic of companionship.
About the Author
Joan Grant was born in New York and has worked as a teacher, writer and historian in Asia, Europe and Australia. At present she teaches Contemporary Asia as a senior lecturer at Monash University. She has served on the boards of Sisters Publishing, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the Australia China Council, the Asian Studies Association of Australia and Asialink. Joan has had two books published as well as a number of articles, book reviews and poetry. She speaks French and a little Chinese (Mandarin), has five grown children and lives in inner city Melbourne. About the illustrator Neil Curtis is an acclaimed artist who has exhibited both nationally and internationally. He was the recipient of the Silver Award for Illustration by the Australian Writers and Art Directors and has published a number of children s books, including The Roo Book and Bear Dinkum. Neil currently works as a freelance illustrator and artist and lives in Elwood, Victoria.
PreSchool-Grade 1-Cat and Fish meet one night at the park and become friends despite their different worlds. They visit one another's environments and eventually decide to live together where the sea and the land meet. Children who like fantasy will appreciate this simple story, but literalists will no doubt wonder how Fish can spend so much time out of water. The stylized black-and-white, pen-and-ink drawings look almost like woodcuts, and they leap out at readers with great drama. The focus is always on the protagonists. Because of the large and dramatic illustrations, this is a good storytime choice.- Elaine Lesh Morgan, Multnomah County Library, Portland, OR"Late in the night they sheltered from the rain and as the sun was rising they stole away togheter. Cat showed Fish his cosy hide-out. He showed Fish how to climb and how to live on land on cold nights." -- from the book
For Ages: 4 - 8 years old
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 1st March 2005
Country of Publication: CA
Dimensions (cm): 28.8 x 21.7 x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.39