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Quaky Cat [Paperback]

By Diana Noonan

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Format: Paperback / softback, 32 pages
Published In: NZ, 01 December 2010
'On a cold Christchurch morning, while the city was sleeping, before the birds roused him with twitters and cheeping, curled up on the end of his friend Emma's bed, Tiger woke with a start ...and a feeling of dread. Tiger fled from the house with a leap and a bound as, louder than thunder, from deep underground, came a roar and a shudder and terrible shaking! Around him, the city was rolling and quaking.'
The Canterbury earthquake affected children in so many ways - homes gone, playgrounds destroyed, schools damaged, pets missing, favourite books and toys lost.
Quaky Cat is a picture book for children throughout New Zealand - an uplifting story that will touch hearts.
Includes comments on the earthquake by Bob Parker, Margaret Mahy, and Jason Gunn.
50% of the net proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to Canterbury charities.

About the Author

An award-winning author of over two hundred publications, Diana Noonan's writing has included early literacy material, young adult novels, picture books, non-fiction, poetry, radio stories, television material, feature film treatments, and short film scripts. She lives on the remote Catlins Coast of the lower South Island. Multi-awardwinning author/illustrator, Gavin Bishop is arguably NZ's best-known children's book illustrator.

EAN: 9781775430292
ISBN: 1775430294
Publisher: Scholastic New Zealand
Age Range: 5-9 years
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4 of 5 Stars! '

All the New Entrant children who began at our school in 2010 received a copy of this book at the end of the year. Our 5 year old was delighted to receive it and to have it read to him. It is very much a rhyming story which is lovely for the adult reader, but can sometimes make some of the language a bit tricky for the younger child listening for the first few times. Our 5 year old loved the ending of the story in particular. A wonderful piece of history for those families who experienced Christchurch's earthquake.

 
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