Cat in the Night by Madeleine Dunphy

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Double-page close-ups and unusual perspectives invite a cat’s-eye view. A “More About Cats” page reinforces the textual and visual focus on feline senses. Intriguing peek into the secret life of cats.
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Have you ever wondered what your cat does at night? Read Cat in the Night and find out! A little girl falls asleep just as her cat wakes up. Children will experience the world through the cat's eyes, ears, nose, whiskers, and feet as he travels the neighborhood, meeting up with other denizens of the night.
 

About Madeleine Dunphy

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Madeleine Dunphy is the author of Here Is the Tropical Rain Forest, illustrated by Michael Rothman; Here Is the Coral Reef, illustrated by Tom Leonard; The Peregrine's Journey: A Story of Migration, illustrated by Kristen Kest, and numerous other books. She lives in Oakland, California, with her husband, daughter and two cats.Joshua S. Brunet has been a freelance illustrator from more than 15 years and has worked for a variety of magazines and children's book publishers. He resides in Denver, Colorado, where he teaches in the illustration department at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.
 
Published September 13, 2016 by Web of Life Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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on May 14 2016

Double-page close-ups and unusual perspectives invite a cat’s-eye view. A “More About Cats” page reinforces the textual and visual focus on feline senses. Intriguing peek into the secret life of cats.

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