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Tales of Grandpa Cat

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 5 Ratings and 1 Reviews

Book Description
When his grandchildren come to visit him in his retirement community, Grandpa Cat entertains them with exciting tales about the exploits of various fellow residents--Billy the Kitten, Diamond Jim Kitty, the Great Tabby Houdini, and Miss Kitty Hawk.
Book Information
PublisherDial Books For Young Readers
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
ISBN-100803715110
ISBN-13978-0803715110
Publication Date09/07/1994
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About Lee Wardlaw (Author) : 101 WAYS TO BUG CHILDREN'S BOOK AUTHOR LEE WARDLAW: #1. Ask her how many children’s books she writes a day #2. Ask her when she’ll grow up and write ‘real’ books (meaning books for grown... more
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About Ronald Searle (Illustrator) : Ronald Searle is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Ronald Searle include Tales of Grandpa Cat.
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11/7/2009 J.H. Everett said:
More amazing work from one of our living legends. Still, my favorite book of Searle's is his interpretation of A Christmas Carol. For illustrators, there are about 200 lessons in each image. Life and imagination ooze out of every line and splatter. He is one of my go to mentors on the bookshelf. If... more

tags: illustration, I wish I illustrated!, I recommend, Inspired me, I read, I'm reading

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