The Nine Lives of Furry Purry Beancat Series

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Fun fact: Toppsta readers love cats! This fun young reader series for children aged 6+ has been a top favourite, plus it has funny black-and-white illustrations throughout. 

Whenever Furry Purry Beancat drifts to sleep for a quick catnap, she seems to find herself waking up to incredible adventures! She takes on pirate captain duties, becomes a railway cat, a witch's assistant and EVEN manages a library

Each book is illustrated by Rob Biddulph, award-winning creator of Draw With Rob

This series is puuurfect for fans of Alex T. SmithPamela Butchart and Laura JamesPhilip Ardagh, the author of this series, has also written The Grunts books.

All the Nine Lives of Furry Purry Beancat books in order:

Book 1: The Pirate Captain's Cat (2020)
Book 2: The Railway Cat (2020)
Book 3: The Library Cat (2021)
book 4: The Witch's Cat (2021)

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The Pirate Captain's Cat

A funny and charming NEW young fiction series from Philip Ardagh, bestselling author of The Grunts series and Eddie Dick... MoreThe Pirate Captain's Cat

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Book 2
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The Railway Cat

A funny and charming NEW young fiction series from Philip Ardagh, bestselling author of The Grunts series and Eddie Dick... MoreThe Railway Cat

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Book 3
Book 3

The Library Cat

A funny and charming NEW young fiction series from Philip Ardagh, bestselling author of The Grunts series and Eddie Dick... MoreThe Library Cat

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Book 4
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  • The Pirate Captain's Cat

    The Pirate Captain's Cat

    Read to my son first when he was 7 years old. We absolutely loved this book, the descriptions are so good that it holds attention. We have even gone o...

  • The Library Cat

    The Library Cat

    Like most cats, Furry Purry Beancat loves a catnap. Unlike most cats, Furry Purry Beancat often wakes up in a whole new place in another one of her ni...

  • The Railway Cat

    The Railway Cat

    We did quite enjoy the second Furry Purry Beancat book, it's a good premise and a sweet story with a great central character. However I would say that...