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Charlotte Voake must have cats, because she has perfectly captured cat feelings and expressions here in this funny charming story.
A perfect tale for cat lovers-and for younger siblings. Ginger the cat lives. Charlotte Voake must have cats, because she has perfectly captured cat feelings and expressions here in this funny charming story. Ginger is very put out when his owner brings in a kitten to disturb his happy home. The kitten plays with Ginger's tail, eats his food, and tried to climb in his basket.
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by Charlotte Voake & illustrated by Charlotte Voake.
1 volume (unpaged) : 24 x 28 cm. When Ginger the cat gets fed up with dealing with her owner's new kitten, it takes drastic measures to make the two of them friends. Reprint: Originally published: Cambridge, Mass. First Scholastic printing, September 1998"-Title page verso. Candlewick Press, ℗♭1997.
There is a little ginger cat who lives on his own in a patch of weeds at the bottom of a garden. He is very thin and always hungry. But one day, the little cat comes back to find something - and someone - waiting for him.
Ginger is a children's picture book by Charlotte Voake. In 1997 it won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Gold Award. It is about a pampered house cat who resents the sudden appearance of a kitten in her life. The book is followed by Ginger Finds a Home, a prequel, and Ginger and the Mystery Visitor, in which Ginger and the kitten confront a stranger.
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Charlotte Voake was born in 1957 and studied art history at the University of London. She illustrated her first children’s book whilst still there beginning her career with black and white line drawings including Phillipa Pearce‘s The Way to Sattin Shore in 1983. Soon, however, she was soon doing full colour picture books