A Night on the Tiles by Bruce Ingman

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Ever wonder what your cat does when he ventures out at night? Chases mice in the garden? Climbs the nearest tree? Not this cat. He has a myriad of destinations. By night he zips around town on his scooter. He attends the Cat Academy, where he is enrolled in fashion design, woodworking, and mechanics. Then he pops in to see Jean-Pierre the barber to have his whiskers trimmed. He may even have a date for the movies or with feline friends at the dog track. But no matter where his adventures take him, he always returns just in time to wake his owner. Here is another quirky tale by Bruce Ingman, author and illustrator of When Martha's Away and Lost Property. Ingman's bold, inventive artwork is perfectly suited to this clever tale of a cat's night on the town and is guaranteed to give children fits of the giggles.

About Bruce Ingman

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Bruce Ingman illustrated for magazines such as British Vogue and Elle and taught at several art colleges before publishing his first children's book. He lives and works in London.
Published January 1, 1998 by Methuen young books. 26 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Martha’s Away (1995), her cat leads a busy life, but it’s nothing compared to his night schedule;

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Lionel, the savvy marmalade cat who concocted a full day's amusement for himself in Ingman's When Martha's Away, demonstrates what stimulating activities fill his nights in this largely well-worn but nonetheless charming sequel, also in an oversize format.

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