Win 1 of 5 copies of ‘Matilda’s Cat’ book by Emily Gravett
- Published on Tuesday, 31 July 2012 09:15
- Monica Costa
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Matilda’s cat must like something! But what?
Climbing trees, playing with wool . . . Matilda is sure her cat will love these things, but he doesn’t seem very enthusiastic. Undaunted, she thinks up new ways to amuse her reluctant playmate. Tea parties? Dressing up? Or what about a nice bike ride? As the beleaguered cat goes from nonplussed to terrified, Matilda gets more and more frustrated. After all, what use is a pet if it doesn’t want to play?
An affectionate and funny look at the relationship between a little girl and her cat. Matilda’s Cat is a beautiful picture book with adorable illustrations that are sure to strike a chord with all cat lovers and pet owners.
For your chance to win one of these books, answer the simple question below in our dedicated competition page (USE ONLY THE DEDICATED PAGE & DO NOT SEND MESSAGES OR DO NOT POST MESSAGES ON THE WEBSITE OR ON THIS PAGE AS THE ENTRY WON’T BE VALID – YOU WON’T BE NOTIFIED OF THE WRONG ENTRY) http://londonmumsmagazine.com/competition-area. The question is: ‘Mention another book authored by Emily Gravett.’ The deadline to enter is 24th August 2012.
Published 2 August 2012 by Macmillan Children’s Books
Price £10.99 Format Hardback ISBN 978-0-230-74537-7 Age 3+
Winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal, Nestle Children’s Book Prize Bronze Award, Booktrust Early Prize and numerous other book prizes, Emily Gravett is an author/illustrator of exceptional talent and skill. She has written and illustrated the following titles for Macmillan: Wolves, Meerkat Mail, Orange Pear Apple Bear, Monkey and Me, Little Mouse’s Big Book of Fears, The Odd Egg, Spells, Blue Chameleon, Dogs, Wolf Won’t Bite, The Rabbit Problem and Again! Emily lives in Brighton with her partner, their daughter and Otto and Edie, their dogs.
Praise for Emily Gravett:
‘One of our most inventive and surprise-full creators of picture books’ – Michael Rosen
‘She has the intuitive grasp of timing, expression and anticipation which marks out the exceptional from the mediocre’ – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
‘If Gravett isn’t the best in the business, it’s hard to know who is’ – INDEPENDENT