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A little girl sets out to reunite a lost cat with its owner in this inspiring picture book from one of Australia's most renowned author-illustrators.

On a roof, as wet as a seal, as grey as a puddle, Cat was rumbling, a rumbly purr...

One day, Maya finds Cat, who is lost. Maya watches her, sitting on a roof high-up above a thousand lit windows. One window must be Cat's own. But which one? Maya places a can of fish in her pocket and sets out in the wind and the rain to find Cat's home. And Cat? He follows politely behind... With exuberant, beautifully-rendered art and a lyrical text, the renowned Caroline Magerl tells a sweet story of friendship, resilience and adventure.

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About Caroline Magerl

Steven Herrick was born in Brisbane, the youngest of seven children. At school his favourite subject was soccer, and he dreamed of football glory while he worked at various jobs, including fruit picking. Now Steven writes for children and teenagers and visits many schools each year. He loves talking to the students and their teachers about poetry, and soccer

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About Caroline Magerl

Steven Herrick was born in Brisbane, the youngest of seven children. At school his favourite subject was soccer, and he dreamed of football glory while he worked at various jobs, including fruit picking. Now Steven writes for children and teenagers and visits many schools each year. He loves talking to the students and their teachers about poetry, and soccer

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