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Bad cat, good cat / by Lynne Reid Banks ; illustrated by Tony Ross.

By: Banks, Lynne Reid, 1929- [author.].
Contributor(s): Ross, Tony, 1938- [author, , illustrator.].
Publisher: London : HarperCollins Children's, 2011Description: 156 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780007419043.Subject(s): Cats -- Behavior -- Children's fiction | Human-animal relationships -- Children's fiction | Behavior -- Children's fictionSummary: Cats aren't there for people, people are there for cats. At least that's how Turk believes things should be. He takes every liberty with his family, while Peony is a paragon of virtue - until she falls under Turk's spell. Should cats be good or bad?
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The stellar partnership who brought you Harry the Poisonous Centipede are back together. This is the funny story of a very naughty cat, from bestselling author Lynne Reid Banks and award winning illustrator Tony RossCats aren't there for people, people are there for cats. At least that's how Turk believes things should be. He takes every liberty with his family, while Peony is a model of good-catliness - until she falls under Turk's spell. Should cats be good or bad? They find out when they are left to fend for themselves after their humans are tricked into going on holiday without them.A wonderful animal adventure

Cats aren't there for people, people are there for cats. At least that's how Turk believes things should be. He takes every liberty with his family, while Peony is a paragon of virtue - until she falls under Turk's spell. Should cats be good or bad?

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