(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Walker Books

Witches traditionally choose the company of black cats, but Belladonna takes exception to this rule and decides to adopt a white one, calling him Aristotle.

As the mischievous Aristotle sets off on a series of incredibly perilous adventures, (he falls down a chimney, gets trapped inside a milk jug and is nearly run over by a train) his nine lives start to vanish...

The combination of King-Smith’s deep knowledge of animal behaviour and Bob Graham’s sophisticated drawings makes this story highly entertaining and ideal for children just beginning to read.

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