Morris is ginger and very fat. He's a cat who loves snoozing and eating... but that won't catch him a mouse. Another lively story for beginner readers about this lovable puss.
Morris is good at licking and purring. His mother wants him to be good at running and jumping, and bouncing and pouncing. For Morris is fat... too fat. Mum says "no more food until you have caught a mouse" But how will Morris ever catch a mouse when all he dreams about is food. But there's a mouse in the house whose mother thinks he's too fat as well. And until he's been chased by a cat, he knows he won't get thin. So Morris and the mouse come to an agreement whereby they get their food without even flexing a muscle! Wonderfully inventive text and perfect for beginner readers from this well-known author.
This is Book 6 in the Roaring Good Reads Series. See all Roaring Good Reads books here.
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Vivian French MBE was first published in 1990 and has since published over 270 titles. Together with Lucy Juckes, Vivian founded Picture Hooks in 2013, a project that supports emerging Scottish illustrators.More about Vivian French
Olivia Villet sent her work to Bloomsbury unsolicited in a very beautifully painted envelope. From that first contact Chester's Big Surprise was developed. Olivia is already working on another book for Bloomsbury Children's Books. Olivia Villet studied at art college in South Africa where she was born and brought up. She is currently staying in London, hoMore about Olivia Villet