At first Holly, the kitten is a timid little creature, but as trust and affection grows between her and her new owners she becomes as inquisitive, mischievous, and affectionate as any well-loved cat. This book contains the story of the cat.
Holly, The Story Of A Cat Summary
Holly, The Story Of A Cat by Ruth Brown
At first Holly, the kitten is a timid little creature, but as trust and affection grows between her and her new owners she becomes as inquisitive, mischievous, and affectionate as any well-loved cat.
Holly, The Story Of A Cat Reviews
"Ruth Brown is one of our most skilled illustrators of children's books." -"Sunday Times" "Ruth Brown works magic once again."-"Books For Your Children"
About Ruth Brown
Ruth Brown was born in Devon in 1941. She has always had a talent for drawing and at 16 she went to Art College, first at Bournemouth, then Birmingham. In 1961 she secured a place at the Royal College of Art in London and in 1964 she married a fellow student, Ken Brown. Ruth was introduced to the idea of writing for children by illustrator and great friend, Pat Hutchins and she has since has illustrated and written numerous picture books. She has also illustrated several stories for James Herriot and visits the Yorkshire Dales once a year for inspiration for the drawings. Ruth lives in Bath with her husband and two sons, Hogan and James.
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