The Cat from Muzzle
"Dwayne is a rumble-tumble tabby cat who knows where he belongs up on the farm at Muzzle Station. So, when hes taken to live far away in the town of Kaikoura, whats a cat to do? Shake the dust off his paws and start walking, of course! The trouble is, home is a very long way away... read full description below.
Unfortunately, publisher restrictions limit this title's availability to school and public library account customers only.
School & Public Library Accounts please log in.
||7 May 2019 by Penguin
||By Sutton, Sally
Illustrated by Tulloch, Scott
||Title is temporarily out of stock
... view full title details below.
- $19.99 Retail price
- $14.99 Wheelers price
- You save $5.00!
Full details for this title
Description of this Book
Dwayne is a rumble-tumble tabby cat who knows where he belongs - up on the farm at Muzzle Station.So, when he?s taken to live far away in the town of Kaikoura, what?s a cat to do? Shake the dust off his paws and start walking, of course!The trouble is, home is a very long way away . . .With a bouncy readaloud story by Sally Sutton and witty illustrations by Scott Tulloch, The Cat From Muzzle is a true tale of feline audacity that will delight readers the world over.
Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings
There are no reviews for this title.
Sally Sutton (Author) Aucklander Sally Sutton has been writing picture books, children's novels and plays for two decades. She is celebrated for her witty wordplay and musical language, which make reading her stories a magical moment between parent and child. She has been awarded several Storylines Notable Book Awards for her work, and in 2009 she and illustrator Brian Lovelock won the Picture Book category of the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults for Roadworks. Read more about Sally at www.sallysutton.co.nz Scott Tulloch (Illustrator) Scott Tulloch lives in Wanaka, New Zealand and is a prolific creator of humorous picture books. He is a highly popular speaker, tutor and storyteller at schools, where he engages students and teachers alike with his mad sense of fun. He creates his illustrations by hand using pencil, pen and watercolour and gouache.