The Further Adventures of Patty-Cat and Kittle

by Barbara A. Cefalu

The Further Adventures of Patty-Cat and Kittle
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The Further Adventures of Patty-Cat and Kittle

by Barbara A. Cefalu

Published Aug 05, 2016
92 Pages
Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Cats



 

Book Details

Why are the kittens warned about Grants Wood?

The goblins started the trouble. From their viewpoint, anyone entering Grants Wood was fair game. But tell that to Mr. Billy-Bom-Tom-Cat, and later to Chester… It all started with the ice festival. Patty-Cat and Kittle, who lived with their mother, Angel, at 112 Liver Lane, and their friends, Chester and Susie went to the Ice Festival. It was held each year on the meadow next to Grants Wood, where a pond had been frozen over and where ice bat-ball was played. Colorful booths with games of chance and food items were displayed. While the kittens were there they saw Mr.-Billy-Bom-Tom-Cat being escorted to the edge of the meadow, who then slowly entered the woods. When the kittens heard that fairies were also to be found there, but never seen, the four kittens went exploring Grants Wood. Unfortunately Chester was captured by hostile goblins, but the fairies came to the rescue. Two rambunctious and irresponsible sheep dogs, a nasty black widow spider, the talented Cousin Fred, now in music school, other friends and families of the four kittens all come and go and play a part in the lives of all those who live in Katville. Won’t you join us and read all about the exciting lives of Patty-Cat and Kittle and their friends.

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The Adventures of Patty-Cat, Kittle, and Friends with the Duchess of Manx
The Adventures of Patty-Cat, Kittle, and Their Friends Versus the Manxy-Dream Pirates
The Adventures of Patty-Cat, Kittle, and Friends, Versus the Catnappers
The Adventures of Patty-Cat, Kittle, Their Friends, and the Gnomes