Timothy Tib by Liz Graham-Yooll

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Every cat has a secret life, and Timothy Tib is no exception. Described in verse by his perspective young owner, Timothy Tib is affectionate and playful by day. At night, however, Timothy becomes a fierce hunter, a menace to mice and rats, caterwauling in the darkness with his friends. Then the sun rises, and in an instant Timothy Tib is once again an exemplary house pet. Anyone who has ever loved a cat will recognize in Liz Graham-Yooll's masterful paintings the many sides of the feline spirit. Set in sunlit gardens and against dramatic night vistas, Timothy Tib is gloriously handsome and completely independent--in short, a very real cat!

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Published March 1, 2001 by Ragged Bear. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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"He stretches out beneath the trees/ and feels the gentle summer breeze./ Timothy Tib is the softest cat," writes Graham-Yooll, the verse descriptions and italicized responses reflecting the pattern of the text.

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