The Kingfisher Treasury of Pet Stories

The Kingfisher Treasury of Pet Stories

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Find out about clever cats, daft dogs and very unlucky turtles! Children love pets and there are plenty to choose from in this fun-filled collection of stories! A cat discovers that humans are good to have around, a dog rescues his owner from an embarrassing situation, a turtle takes an unexpected trip and much more. Read about ponies, gerbils, snakes and even a herd of giraffes. It's no wonder that King Kevin can't decide what would make his perfect pet! With contributions from popular, prize-winning authors such as Dick King-Smith, Joan Aiken, Helen Cresswell, Judy Blume, Betsy Byars and Ted Hughes, and endearing illustrations which perfectly capture the humour of the stories, this is an anthology to delight any young animal-lover.show more

Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 14mm | 258.55g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • Kingfisher Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 075341161X
  • 9780753411612
  • 1,328,896

Table of contents

How the Cat Became - Ted Hughes; Henry's Canine Teeth - Beverley Cleary; The Pretend Pony - Barbee Oliver Carleton; Dribble - Judy Blume; A Pet Fit for a King - Liss Norton; Rescuing the Rescuers - Malorie Blackman; Arabel's Raven - Joan Aiken; Heaven - David Henry Wilson; Posy Bates Goes Green - Helen Cresswell; Mrs Bartelmy's Pet - Margaret Mahy; The Parrot - An Italian folktale by Italo Calvino; House-Mouse - Ursula Moray Williams; E!G!G!S! - Betsy Byars; The Duke Who Had Too Many Giraffes - Fiona MacDonald; What a Dear Little Thing! - Dick King-Smith; A Barn is a Daytime Place - Meindert DeJongshow more

About Suzanne Carnell

Suzanne Carnell is an experienced children's book editor. She lives in south-west London. Michael Reid was trained at Liverpool School of Art and has illustrated many books for children, including A Treasury of Stories for Eight Year Olds (Kingfisher) and the Puppy Patrol series (Macmillan). He lives in the Wirral with his wife and one cat.show more

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