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Big City Butter-Finger (Glory Gardens Cricket Club) Paperback – 14 Jan 2010
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Beautifully illustrated in a manner that puts you in mind of a less angular Quentin Blake, this is an enjoyable little yarn that should particularly appeal to children with an affinity for the Caribbean. (All Out Cricket)
Bob Cattell 'teams up' with the irrepressible John Agard in this hugely entertaining and sometimes provocative book. Brian Lara appears as a cricketing guide and we meet up with Sir Viv Richards, Clive Lloyd, Michael Holding and Gary Sobers in wwhat provesa to be a real festival of fun. (Carousel)
A joyous tale which will out a smile on the face of its readers. (School Librarian)
About the Author
Bob Cattell has been a cricket fan all his life and a supporter of the England team through thick and thin. He also supports Yorkshire, especially for their fast bowlers from Fred Trueman to Tim Bresnan. He is the author of the bestselling Glory Gardens series about cricket, highly recommended by TestMatch Special, and the Strikers series about football, written with David Ross. He also wrote the Butter-Finger cricket books for Frances Lincoln, with John Agard: Butter-Finger, Shine on, Butter-Finger and Big City Butter Finger ("hugely entertaining" - Carousel). Bob describes his own criciketing abilities as 'a left-arm sprin bowler who surprises batters with the lack of spin'. He lives in Suffolk.
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And for everyone else, with even the gentlest enthusiasm for cricket, this is simply a very enjoyable read.