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Publisher: Hodder; 
Language: English; 
ISBN-10: 1444901214; 
ISBN-13: 978-1444901214

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Poor lost Kitten. He doesn't have a name or a home to call his own. All he wants is to find a warm and cosy place where someone will love him. Will anyone help this little kitten. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Anne Digby lives in England and her children's books have long been popular, many of them written while bringing up her own children. 

She is best known for her Trebizon stories, which follow the progress of Rebecca Mason and a close-knit group of friends growing up together at an English boarding school, while also including a strong mystery element. Anne's love of mixing mystery with other genres is evident in many of her other books, including the Me, Jill Robinson! family series {highly recommended by The Good Book Guide to Children's Books} and her Further Adventures of the Naughtiest Girl.  

Anne Digby (born 1942) is a prolific British children's writer best known for the Trebizon series published between 1978 and 1994.

She added six books to Enid Blyton's 1940–52 Naughtiest Girl series, 1999 to 2001 – which publisher Hachette catalogues as Naughtiest Girl, volumes 5 to 10 – and created the Three R Detective books for younger readers.


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SKU Code PRK B 2722
Weight in Kg 0.290000
Dispatch Period in Days 3
Brand Bookwomb
ISBN No. 9781444901214
Author Name Enid Blyton. Written by Anne Digby
Publisher Name HACHETTE BOOK GROUP USA
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