Night Cat

      Night Cat
The simple and evocative tale of an intrepid cat s adventures on one dark night in a spooky, moonlit garden.Oliver the cat lives in a house with a garden, a garden full of light and shadows, full of things that dance and flutter a garden that comes to life in the moonlight and tempts the young cat to stay outside all night And so he does But Oliver s excitement soon turns to fear as he encounters the mysterious and scary sights and sounds of the dark garden The garden is dark and wet and lonely and home is safe and dry and warm Suddenly, Oliver decides that his owner might be frightened, too, and that it s his duty to go inside to comfort her And so he does. Best Read [ Night Cat ] by [ Margaret Beames ] –

Margaret Beames is a children s author whose imaginative narratives draw young readers into worlds of drama and suspense A prolific writer, Beames has published forty books for children since her first, The Greenstone Summer, in 1977 Several titles have been published in Australia and the UK She won the Picture Book and Children s Choice categories at the 2001 New Zealand Post Children s Book Awards, and, since 1987, has been a finalist several times in the same awards Beames has also written drama for stage and radio.

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      Night Cat
 Author Margaret Beames ✓ graphic literature –
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Night Cat
  • Margaret Beames
  • English
  • 16 July 2018
  • 0439385768

10 thoughts on “ Night Cat

  1. Sunny Carito says:

    This is the sweet, sometimes scary, story of a headstrong cat who decides to stay out late one night His night world is shown through eye popping multimedia collages that uses color, silhouettes, and computer generated art to great effect There is a wonderful sense of movement in the art that works with the text to bring the cat and other creatures he m...

  2. Sarah Alston says:

    This book is very creepy, which is awesome Maybe a little too creepy for very small kids, or maybe just a good Halloween book I liked the illustrations how fluid they are and how lovely the story is.

  3. Stephanie says:

    Loved the illustrations of this book, I feel they really enhanced the story of Oliver the cat Oliver thinks he wants to stay outside all night, but it ends up not being as fun as he thinks.

  4. Molly Cluff (Library!) says:

    A cat refuses to go inside, and then gets scared by all the critters outside The art style was bizarre, but kind of cool Didn t know if I was a huge fan of the text.

  5. N says:

    So accurate to cats Love it.

  6. Kelly says:

    Love this book The illustrations are marvelous and it allows for a discussion of nocturnal animals

  7. Keliana Lily says:

    Really cute and the cats expressions where cracking my kids up.

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  9. Jennifer says:

    Fun exposure to the night life that a cat doesn t usually get to see A nice read aloud for the braver preschoolers.

  10. Sarah says:

    I m not a cat fan, so maybe that s why this didn t thrill me It s the story of a cat who fancies himself quite the hunter and decides to stay out one night to prowl around After an initial gross out when he chomps down a moth, he spends the rest of the night mostly getting spooked Overall, it s a b...

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