A hilarious and heart-warming story about a very mischievous kitten by two of the most important names in children's books today.
From the beloved author of Babe comes this enchanting illustrated chapter book. Aristotle, the witch's kitten, is so adventurous that it's just as well cats have nine lives! Luckily the good witch Bella Donna is always on hand to help him out. Follow his fur-raising adventures in this delightful tale, beautifully illustrated by Bob Graham.
Dick King-Smith (1922-2011), a former dairy farmer, is one of the world's favourite children's book authors. He won the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize for The Sheep-pig (filmed as Babe) and was named Children's Book Author of the Year in 1991. He is also the author of Walker's much-loved Sophie series, Lady Lollipop and Clever Lollipop, The Finger-Eater and The Twin Giants. Bob Graham has written and illustrated many acclaimed children's picture books, including Silver Buttons; How to Heal a Broken Wing; Max, which won the 2000 Smarties Gold Medal; Jethro Byrde, Fairy Child, which won the Kate Greenaway Prize in 2002; April Underhill, Tooth Fairy, which was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway in 2011. A Bus Called Heaven, which is endorsed by Amnesty International UK was the winner of the 2012 Children's Book Council of Australia Picture Book of the Year Award - a prize Bob has won an unprecedented six times. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.