How About A Night Out?

Publisher: Boxer Books

Lap cats are lazy cats who only sleep on hallway mats; but city cats, like city lights, come out to play on city nights…

When night-time comes, it’s time for a bunch of swish city cats and fun felines to hit the town. They prowl around the underground station, take turns on the roundabout and swoon to the moon – but what happens when the sun comes up?

This rhyming book about what cats do at night hits all the right notes – the rhyme is bouncy, quirky and original, while presenting a purr-fectly regular rhyme. There’s also some lovely language – swooning to the moon, catercalling and whoooo-ing.

The cats’ expressions are priceless, making this a thoroughly entertaining read for bedtime with lots of opportunity for pulling faces. It’s a quick one, too – perfect for little ones or for repeated reads.

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