The Great Cat Conspiracy

The New Cat keeps dragging dead things into the house as presents for Tom. And when he brings in the head of the vicar’s very expensive Koi carp and the vicar makes Mum pay £200 for a replacement, it’s the last straw. Anna’s Dad is so cross he locks the New Cat out, sealing the cat-flap overnight. Tom begs for the cat to be let back in – but by morning, when Dad relents, the cat has disappeared! Anna, Suzanne and Tom are convinced he has been kidnapped. But who is responsible? The latest fantastically funny novel from Katie Davies, who has become this year’s top name to watch!

“Another first class read… There is still something uncanny about how brilliant these books are. What sets out as a witty, warm, animal-based ‘crime’ turns subtly and deftly into a superlative story about something else.” Bookbag.co.uk

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  • not for me

    This was a good book but really my thing but I liked Katie Davies second book, THE GREAT RABBIT RESCUE

    30 May 2014

  • liked it

    I couldn’t start laughing! I love animal books!

    6 March 2014

  • My favourite character in this book is Anna.

    4 March 2013

  • rubbish

    This is a story about Tom, and the Cat Lady, and all the things that happened after the New Cat got kidnapped… The New Cat keeps bringing dead things into the house as gifts for Tom. When he brings in the head of the vicar’s nost expensive Koi carp and Anna’s Dad is so cross he locks the New Cat out of the house. Tom argues for the cat to be let back in, but by the time Dad finally concedes, the New Cat has disappered altogether. Anna, Suzanne and Tom are convinced he’s been kidnapped- but can they find out who is behind the Great Cat Conspriacy?

    10 March 2012

  • i want it NOW

    9 March 2011

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    Katie Davies

    Katie Davies is the award-winning author of fresh, funny animal stories like The Great Hamster Massacre.

    Awards

    Katie Davies won the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize with her debut novel The Great Hamster Massacre.

  • Awards

    Hannah won the Cambridgeshire Picture Book Award in 2009 for Evil Weasel, and was also the illustrator of The Great Hamster Massacre which won the 2010 Waterstones Children’s Book Prize.

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