A Treasury of Cat Mischief
Furry Tales: A Treasury of Cat Mischief is a delightful collection of Lynley Dodd's best loved stories of cat escapades, with an accompanying audio CD. It is for all cat lovers, young and old, and fans of Hairy Maclary and Friends
For the very first time, eight of Lynley Dodd's classic cat escapades are brought together in this delightful, handsome hardback gift book, complete with a ribbon.
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Furry Tales is a treasury of eight favourite stories featuring Lynley Dodd's spirited and entirely adorable cats - Slinky Malinki, Scarface Claw, Pimpernel Pugh, Butterball Brown and many more. These marvellous tales will warm the hearts of Hairy Maclary fans - and cat-lovers - the world over,
It includes a readalong CD with each tale read by the fabulously entertaining Jackie Clarke and specially introduced with a personal anecdote from Lynley Dodd.
Inside the collection you will find these stories:
Slinky Malinki; The Minister's Cat ABC; Slinky Malinki, Open the Door; Slinky Malinki Catflaps; Scarface Claw; Slinky Malinki's Christmas Crackers; Slinky Malinki, Early Bird; Scarface Claw, Hold Tight!
Read all the Hairy Maclary and Friends books by Lynley Dodd!
“Eight of Lynley Dodd’s cat escapades have been brought together in this adorable picture book. Starring Slinky Malinki, Scarface Claw and a host of other fabulous felines, with lively illustrations and rhyming verse that is a joy to read aloud, it also includes a CD with Jackie Clarke reading the stories, making it ideal for long car journeys with cranky littlies.”
Nicky Pellegrino, New Zealand Woman's Weekly
“Lynley Dodd’s classic cat capers are brought together in one book . . . [which helps] to emphasise the genius of Dodd’s clever rhymes and the charm of the feline characters.”
Dionne Christian and Zoe Gadd, Weekend Herald
“[A]n ideal present from Grandma to the new grandchild. My kids grew up on Dodd’s books and I can’t wait to read these to the next generation. I think this will be a book to treasure for bedtime stories.”
Ann Kilduff, Rotorua Daily Post