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The Home-made Cat Cafe

Author: Illustrator: Lucy Truman

Isla Palmer is CRAZY about cats - SUPER-IN-LOVE crazy - but her vet-nurse mum has never let her have one. Then Isla meets Poppy, a gorgeous cat in need of a loving home, and comes up with the perfect way to convince Mum.

It's not long before Poppy has transformed life at the Palmers' - everyone is happier, especially Gran, and even Isla's older sister Tilda admits she likes having Poppy around. But Poppy isn't the only one in need of a home and soon their
house is full of cats. With Mum at her wits' end, Isla needs to come up with a plan and fast!

Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group
Format: Paperback
Published: 10th March 2016
Number of Pages: 192

ISBN-13: 9781847156723

Age Ranking
  1. #1028 of 1139 books for 10 year olds
  2. #1049 of 1615 books for 8 year olds
  3. #1155 of 1816 books for 7 year olds
4 Book reviews
26th March '16
I read it (an adult)
The Home-made Cat Cafe 9781847156723
5 stars
What a lovely little book about a young girl who has always wanted a cat to find all of a sudden they have a handful! 
A beautifully written book with gorgeous black and white illustrations. 
Highly recommended!
18th April '16
RiRi read it aged 7
The Home-made Cat Cafe 9781847156723
5 stars
I really liked the story, it was funny and interesting. I love cats and wish I could have a cat cafe too.
22nd April '16
Phoebe08 read it aged 8
The Home-made Cat Cafe 9781847156723
5 stars
I absolutely loved this book. It is about a family who love cats. It is about how some unwanted cats bring a family together. I enjoyed reading all about the cats and kittens and learnt  a bit about them. The story was set in a vets and a family home. I thought the all the characters were warm and friendly. I enjoyed everything about this book and couldn't put it down. 
21st September '16
CreeperDNA read it aged 10
The Home-made Cat Cafe 9781847156723
4 stars
This book is a very good one with lovable characters and a great storyline. The plot is about a girl called Isla, who LOVES cats (she is cat crazy!) and wants to get one of her own. The problem is, her Mom doesn't allow it, but when the cat sanctuary becomes full, Isla offers to take in Poppy for the time being, eventually turning their house into a cat café!

I am a HUGE cat fan like Isla, and also like her, we can't get a cat. This was a perfect book for me. Isla, Milo and co. really bond with the cats and it's nice to see love shared between them.

I give this book a 5/5. It's brilliant.
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