Mr Pusskins and Little Whiskers

Mr Pusskins and Little Whiskers

Book - 2007
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Life for Emily and Mr Pusskins is dreamy, until the day she comes home with a Very Special Present ...a KITTEN! Even though Little Whiskers is small and looks awfully angelic, she is not. She a tiny package of peskiness. Little Whiskers deliberately creates all sorts of mess and mayhem around the house, and the worst thing is that it's Mr Pusskins who gets the blame! So how will Mr Pusskins deal with this naughty nuisance, and will they EVER get on?
Publisher: London : Orchard Books, 2007
Description: [24] p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm
ISBN: 9781846165221
9781416957966
Branch Call Number: je Lloy

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Sep 21, 2011

PreS-Gr 2-Mr. Pusskins (S & S, 2006) and Emily are back, and life couldn't be better. Once a dour sourpuss, Mr. Pusskins is now a lovable, smiley cat, happy and secure in his affection for Emily-until the child comes home with a "fabulous surprise." Inside the cardboard box is a mischievous kitten who is intent on wreaking havoc and annoying Mr. Pusskins. In true "it's-so-unfair!" fashion, Emily cannot see that Little Whiskers is a little troublemaker. When she wrongfully accuses the older cat of playing the piano at an ungodly hour and banishes him to the cold backyard, it seems as if life couldn't get any worse. But a contrite Little Whiskers sets everything straight, and the three come together as a happy family. This second installment maintains all of the charm and humor of the first book. Readers unfamiliar with the prodigal Pusskins will lack the background knowledge to appreciate just how patient he is with the kitten but will find plenty to love about him all the same. The combination of bold colors, highly expressive characters, and slightly off-kilter illustrations will pull children in and keep them wanting more. Mr. Pusskins can take his place alongside Slinky Malinki, Jenny Linsky, and Samson the Church Cat as a fictional feline worthy of adoration.-Kara Schaff Dean, Walpole Public Library, MA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc.

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