Pog and the Birdies

by Jane Simmons

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Great for age range 0-5
Pog the irresistible cat more used to chasing birds is bowled over by a bird who lands nearby and starts to sing.  Trust and friendship ensues until Pog’s friend Puss-tat comes along to play chase the birdies.
 

But good overcomes bad in the end and Puss-tat is made to see the error of his ways.  Kids will love Pog’s adventures with the birdies.

Pog and the Birdies Synopsis

When a little bird lands right next to Pog and starts to sing, Pog thinks it is the sweetest music he has ever heard. But then along comes Puss-tat and invites Pog to play - chasing birdies! Will the little bird ever return to sing to Pog again? A charming roof-top tale, two irresistible cats and a lovely message about friendship and trust, which will appeal to both adults and children alike!

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ISBN: 9781843624967
Publication date: 30/09/2005
Publisher: The Watts Publishing Group
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781843624967
Publication date: 30th September 2005
Author: Jane Simmons
Publisher: The Watts Publishing Group
Format: Paperback
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About Jane Simmons

Jane Simmons has tried her hand at landscape gardening, futon making, teaching basket weaving and soft toy making but claims the only thing that has held her interest was the idea of writing and illustrating children's books. As a mature student, Jane studied illustration under Martin Salisbury at Anglia University, Cambridge. During her course, her talent was recognised with several awards including the Association of Illustrators Images 20 Student Prize in 1995. Having travelled extensively with her family and living in a whole range of unusual homes, it is no surprise that her current home is hardly conventional. Jane, and her ...

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