Tabby McTat

Now with a fabulous foiled cover! The 10th anniversary edition of this rhyming classic by the UK’s top picture book team: a delightful tale of music, friendship, loyalty – and cats! No cat can sing like Tabby McTat, Fred the guitar-playing busker’s cat. He loves to warble along as people throw coins in Fred’s hat! But one terrible day Fred chases a thief, and the friends are separated. Will they ever sing songs together again?

  • A classic rhyming favourite, now with a shiny foiled cover
  • A sweet, reassuring story about the power of friendship
  • By the best-loved creators of The Gruffalo and Stick Man
  • Julia and Axel are the UK’s bestselling picture book team

“Our five-year-old gave it the thumbs up, and that’s about the best endorsement you can get.” News of the World

“Absolutely purr-fect stuff.” The Times

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  • Julia donaldson t 160

    Julia Donaldson

    Julia Donaldson is one of the UK’s best loved authors, known for brilliant picture books like The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and Stick Man. She was also the Children’s Laureate 2011-2013.

    Awards

    Julia has won many major book prizes, including the Smarties and Blue Peter Awards for The Gruffalo, the Blue Peter and Sheffield Children’s Book Prizes for Room on the Broom, the British Book Awards Children’s Book of the Year for The Gruffalo’s Child and the Red House Award for Super Worm. Julia was also the Children’s Laureate 2011-2013.

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    Axel Scheffler

    Axel is the illustrator of The Gruffalo and many other favourite picture books.

    Awards

    Axel has won many of the major book prizes, including the Smarties and Bluue Peter Awards for The Gruffalo, the Blue Peter and Sheffield Children’s Book Prizes for Room on the Broom, the British Book Awards Children’s Book of the Year for The Gruffalo’s Child and the Red House Award for Super Worm.

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