By Linda Newbery
Illustrated by Catherine Rayner
An adorable story about the cutest and cheekiest of kittens from an award-winning author and illustrator - perfect for cat lovers of all ages!
An adorable story about the cutest and cheekiest of kittens. Perfect for cat lovers of all ages!
She's a whiskers wiper, knitting tangler, cushion clawer, sprawly snorer... Join Posy the kitten as she bounces and pounces through an adventure-filled day. Posy may be one of the cheekiest, most inquisitive kittens around, but that doesn't stop her being one of the most loveable ones too!
An irresistible picture book from Costa Children's Book Award Winner, Linda Newbery and Kate Greenaway Medal Winner, Catherine Rayner. Inspired by their own love of cats!
Linda Newbery (Author)
Linda Newbery is an award-winning children's author. Sisterland was shortlisted for the Carnegie Award, The Shell House was shortisted for the Carnegie and Guardian book prize and Set in Stone won the Costa Children's Book Prize. Linda lives in a small village in Oxfordshire with her husband and two cats.
Catherine Rayner (Illustrator)
Catherine Rayner grew up in the Yorkshire countryside, and has drawn animals ever since she could hold a pencil. A Kate Greenaway Medal-winning illustrator, her books include Smelly Louie, Abigail and The Go-Away Bird, written by Julia Donaldson. She lives in Edinburgh with her husband, her two sons, Ena the cat, Shannon the horse, and two goldfish. Catherine finds huge inspiration in her pets and often uses them as her models.
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05 Mar 2020
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Exceptionally lovely ... written and illustrated by true animal lovers — Inis Magazine
A delight ... Always perfectly pitched and never patronising ... Posy will become a classic — The Bookbag
The text ... positively encourages word-play ...inspirational stuff — School Librarian
A charming book that could become a family favourite — Waterstone's Books Quarterly
Brilliantly captures the joyful bundle of existence that is a kitten — Early Years Educator
Just delightful — Edinburgh Evening News