Squishy McFluff the Invisible Cat Meets Mad Nana Dot

Publisher: Faber and Faber

Ava is a good girl but her imaginary cat, Squishy McFluff, is forever encouraging her to make mischief. When it is time for mum to have her new baby, the troublesome pair stay with exuberant Nana Dot. Hilarity ensues as short-sighted Nana doesn't realise that Squishy is imaginary. With the help of the unruly duo, Nana has a colourful trip to the hairdresser and accosts a postman in her attempt to rescue Squishy from a game of hide-and-seek.

This comical chapter book is ideal for early readers who are ready to move on from picture books. Colour illustrations on every page accompany the amusing rhyming text, which propels the story along.

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