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this was a good book but some bits were very boring
18 May 2014
I liked the part when Alfie and Grace had to look for Punguin and became friends.
7 March 2014
Holly Webb is my favourite author
25 August 2013
best book ever
7 March 2013
i love the book
6 March 2013
not the best book but okay
5 March 2013
the book is great
Great read for everyone!One of Holly Webb’s best books.The cover illustration is amazing!
2 March 2013
Liked this book and i loved the tittle
6 March 2012
I like the characters’ personalities and it also shows that animals understand your feelings but sometimes animals mistake your intentions. The boy has a tree, but this is in his elderly neighbour’s garden and it is difficult for him to get to it. He goes through brambles and nettles and under the loose floorboard behind the shed to get to the tree which is his retreat when his mom shouts at him and he always takes his cat with him. The elderly neighbour has her daughter and granddaughter to live with her and the granddaughter claims the tree and the cat as hers, which makes them enemies from the start. The boy and the granddaughter eventually make friends but the cat disappears and the two children search together for the boy’s cat. Read on to find out more. Do you think that they stayed friends? Did they find the cat? Did they have adventures together?
At first I was not too keen on this book, but when I read on I really enjoyed it and it teaches that you should share.
I think that this book would suit six to eight year olds
Charlotte, age 9
9 January 2012
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