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Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe

Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe

Toto is no ordinary cat, and she can’t wait for you to join her on her THIRD ninja adventure! From one of the UK’s best-loved broadcasters, purrfect for fans of The Aristocats, The Secret Life of Pets and Atticus Claw Breaks the Law.

After months of keeping London safe from notorious animal bad guys, Toto the Ninja Cat is going on a well-earned holiday to the world’s most famous music festival – Catstonbury!

But a villain has a dastardly plan to hypnotise the crowd when a world-famous band is on stage, turning them into evil minions. How can Toto possibly prevent the catastrophe when everyone thinks the band is the cat’s pyjamas?

It will take all Toto’s ninja skills – and some help from a friendly otter – to save the day…

Dermot says: The idea for Toto first came to me when my wife and I rescued two stray cats from an olive grove in Italy. One of them, Toto, has been blind from birth, but we quickly realised she had ninja-like reactions. Like a lot of cat owners (or cat servants), we like to imagine our pets having secret lives when we’re out or asleep. So before I knew it I was writing about Toto and her brother Silver’s nocturnal adventures around London. I really hope that children who pick it up enjoy reading the adventures of our little Italian underdog (cat).’

Have you heard Toto’s other adventures: The Great Snake Escape and The Incredible Cheese Heist?

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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Children's / Teenage Fiction & True Stories / Humorous Stories (children's

On Sale: 19th September 2019

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781444955521

Reviews

With lots of laugh-out-loud moments, reassuring and gentle themes of friendship, inclusivity and winning in the face of adversity, and East's gallery of hilarious black and white illustrations, this is ideal for newly confident readers to curl up with or reading aloud with parents.
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