Farmer Smart's Fat Cat by James Sage

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Farmer Boast lives next door to Farmer Bluster, who lives next door to Farmer Smart. Each thinks his cornfield is the best -until the mice move in! Farmer Boast and Farmer Bluster make bumbling attempts to drive out the mice, but only Farmer Smart has the purr-fect solution. The hilarious dialogue and zany illustrations will keep kids laughing right up until the surprising conclusion!
 

About James Sage

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James Sage is the author of many books for children, including The Little Band, To Sleep, and Sassy Gracie. He lives in the United Kingdom.Russell Ayto has illustrated several books for children including You'll Grow Soon, Alex by Andrea Shavick.
 
Published April 1, 2002 by Chronicle Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books.

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After the rodents mock their convoluted devices, which involve a junkyard's worth of wheels, wire, old teakettles and wooden tools, the tall, slouching Boast and red-bearded, gnomish Bluster beat a path to Farmer Smart's mouse-free acreage.

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