To Be A Cat - Matt Haig Reviews
Description:ISBN 370332067 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Matt Haig / Hardcover / 320 Pages / Book is published 2012-02-02 by Bodley Head
Newest Review: ... would be so much easier - right? Barney's about to discover just how wrong he is. Because he's about to wake up as a cat - ... more
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Matt Haig To Be A Cat
Pages: 320, Paperback, Corgi Childrens
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To be a Cat by Matt Haig
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To Be a Cat Twelve - year - old Barney Willow gets his wish to be ...
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About the book To Be A Cat is a stand alone book by Matt Haig, author of The Radleys. The book is published by The Bodley Head on 2nd February and the book is 320 pages long. Thanks to the publisher for providing me with an ARC for review. Plot Barney Willow thinks life couldn't get any worse. He's weedy, with sticky-out ears. Horrible Gavin Needle loves tormenting him - Barney has no idea why. And headteacher-from-hell Miss Whipmire seems determined to make every second of Barney's existence a complete misery! Worst of all, Dad has been missing for almost a year, and there's no sign of him ever coming home. Barney just wants to escape. ... Read the complete review
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