Ginger School & Library Binding – 1 May 2000
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Ginger has a problem. Having lived the luxurious life of a pampered cat, complete with hand-prepared special meals and his own basket, he's suddenly confronted with a kitten in the house. Ginger watches with utter feline disapproval as the kitten leaps out from behind doors, eats his food, and, in a show of phenomenal gall, climbs into Ginger's beautiful basket. Because the little girl who pampers him makes no signs of taking the frenetic little fur ball away, Ginger has no choice but to leave home. Eventually, the girl retrieves an angry, cold Ginger from under a bush but sadly concludes that the two cats will never be companions. However, a delightful surprise ending lets us know that there is some hope of these two becoming furry friends after all.
Charlotte Voake tells Ginger's story with the pen, paints and perspective of a keen cat observer. Both the frantic antics of the kitten and the dignified disgust of Ginger are perfectly reflected in Voake's enchanting, comical illustrations. Kids will enjoy hearing this simple, lovely story and taking in the captivating, humorous expressions and body language of the cats. Not only is Ginger the "cat's meow" (one of the best cat books ever!), it also makes the perfect gift for an older sibling having trouble with the arrival of a new "kitten" in the playroom. (Ages 3 to 7) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"* "Stunning... A book to explore again and again." Child Education * "This wonderful story is full of big friendly pictures of cats in baskets, cats skulking under bushes, cats clambering in and out of cardboard boxes and the most wonderfully expressive cats' faces." --Telegraph & Argus --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
I never grow tired of reading this one to my pre-schooler. The pictures are sensitive, spontaneous and graceful. The text is simple but full of feeling, enhanced by a lovely typeface and layout.
There is a prequel to this book - Ginger Finds a Home - which is just as good.
The book is the perfect size for little hands and the illustrations are lovely, the story perfectly describes what it's like to have a cat and a new naughty kitten.
We love ginger, and the naughty kitten!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Me and my children all love this book. The pictures are lovely and capture the expressions of ginger perfectly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hld1986
We bought it for our older son when his baby brother was born and he loves it. So cute!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Delightful. Children really 'get' the sensitivity and humour in the Ginger books.Published 15 months ago by MRSCEG
We were given this book for our children when they were very young as we have a Ginger cat. My kids are now 12 and (nearly) 10 and still love it. Read morePublished on 22 Dec. 2013 by Dm Allen