Cat Learns to Listen at Moonlight School

Cat Learns to Listen at Moonlight School

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Description

A gentle, reassuring picture book, perfect for little ones who are about to start school.

Miss Moon is taking her class on a magical moonlit nature walk to see what interesting things they can find. Mouse finds a special starry leaf, Bat finds a swirly snail and Owl finds a swirly stone that LOOKS like a snail. But then Cat follows a flittery firefly and suddenly . . . she's lost!

Luckily, she has left behind lots of clues for her friends to follow, and they soon find a very relieved little Cat, who wished she had listened properly in the first place. Then they all go back to Moonlight School together to talk about their eventful excursion.

A gentle story about the importance of staying safe by listening to grown-ups and not wandering off.

Every Nosy Crow paperback picture book comes with a free 'Stories Aloud' audio recording - just scan the QR code and listen along!

Other books in the Moonlight School series include: Mouse's First Night at Moonlight School (Winner of the 2016 Bookbug Children's Book Prize) and Owl Wants to Share at Moonlight School.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 274 x 278 x 255mm | 440g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1788000110
  • 9781788000116
  • 1,838,008

About Simon Puttock

Simon Puttock (Author)
Simon Puttock had a peripatetic childhood, and he now likes to sit tight. He lives in Edinburgh, so there are mountains of things to see and do on his doorstep. Simon studied English Literature at Newcastle University, has written several picture books, and hopes to write 'just the right number . . .Whatever that turns out to be.' He has been shortlisted three times for the Royal Mail Award for Scottish Children's Books.

Ali Pye (Illustrator)
Ali Pye had wanted to be an illustrator ever since she was little, and used to draw stories and stick the pages together to make little books. But it took her a few years and a stint as a copy editor to start drawing professionally. She graduated from the Kingston MA in Illustration in 2010 and is now a full-time illustrator.
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