Features stories about the cats who can't help getting themselves into scrapes. Illustrated with Woody Fox's humorous line drawings, this work contains two stories, "Rich and Famous", in which trouble starts when the gang of cats audition for a reality TV show, and "Gifted and Talented", in which Tiger is in despair.
Steve Wood has two more tales of the "Courageous Cats' Club" to delight his readers. In "Rich and Famous", trouble starts when the gang audition for a reality TV show. Bertie, who isn't really interested, is nevertheless chosen, much to the others' disgust. Jealousy and resentment are thick in the air and fur flies before the cats realise that falling out might break up the club. In "Gifted and Talented", Tiger is in despair at coming last at the club sports day and at mistakes in the organisation for which he is responsible. Camila, who wins everything, proves insufferable. Fortunately, Tiger recovers his self-belief just in time to help some animals in trouble - and to teach Camilla a lesson. The stories are again illustrated with Woody Fox's humorous line drawings.
STEVE WOOD is an experienced writer for children's theatre and television (BBC and Yorkshire TV). He lives with his family near Manchester. WOODY FOX is freelance illustrator. He lives in Devon where he enjoys the companionship of his two cats. His best-known book is If I were an Animal (Bloomsbury).
Courageous Cats Compete by Woody Fox
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