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My Cat Maisie : Picture Puffin Series - Pamela Allen

My Cat Maisie

Picture Puffin Series

By: Pamela Allen

Paperback | 3 February 1992 | Edition Number 1

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Andrew was a little boy who didn't have anyone to play with. When a scruffy ginger cat arrives at his house, Andrew wants to play helicopters and acrobats with her, but he's too rough. The author has twice won the NSW Premier's Award for the best children's book.

About The Author

Pamela Allen is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Pamela Allen include Share Said the Rooster, Grandpa and Thomas, Brown Bread and Honey, and Daisy Allsorts.
Industry Reviews
The big boy next door has a big dog named Lobo, but Andrew has no one to play with. He welcomes a stray cat with altogether too much glee ("Let's play wild Indians and you can be the horse"); the cat bolts. A daunting attempt to play with the obstreperous Lobo gives Andrew a salutary taste of the cat's feelings; when she creeps back that night, he welcomes her gently and the two make friends. The message here is presented nicely in the events, which this prize-winning Australian conveys in a nicely compact text sparked with graphic words like "gallumphed" and in wonderfully expressive illustrations. Sturdy little Andrew is the image of his plump, comfortable mother, who has the same irrepressible gleam in her eye; his relentless activity is reiterated in each deftly observed posture. A perfect blend of text and pictures to make an entertaining story. (Kirkus Reviews)

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