Written by Anna McQuinn
Illustrations Rosalind Beardshaw
Format: 245 x 210mm
Extent: 32 pages
Rights Sold: USA & Canada,
Lulu really wants a cat. But Mummy says pets are a lot of work, so Lulu is eager to find out more…She reads all about cats at the library. She takes care of her stuffed toys and shows Mummy how responsible she can be. When she finally gets to adopt a little cat of her own, Lulu knows just what to do.
Another lovely and inspiring adventure for Lulu, one of the busiest and most positive little girls in picture books. Lulu is a little girl we can all look up to and this brims with her enthusiasm, effort and excitement, as well as a wonderfully warm sense of happy family life.
Lulu never fails to delight: this new story, ticks all the boxes for showing the very young that becoming a pet owner involves considerable responsibility, as well as introducing the basics of adopting a cat.
RED READING HUB
This is a simple, warm story with appealing illustrations about adopting a new pet, the pleasure it can bring and the responsibilities it presents. The advice it contains is endorsed by the National Cats Adoption Centre. The trip to the library is a nice touch
-BOOKS FOR KEEPS