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Hyam The Cat Who Talked Too Much
     

Hyam The Cat Who Talked Too Much

by Pamela Douglas
 

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This is a tale of a cat called Hyam a very special cat. In fact he is a theatrical cat, a fastidious cat, a funny cat, but most of all an adored cat.Most famous for talking himself out of a part at an audition for a West End production for he is an actor. Here he tells his own story in a series of delightfully readable poems a pleasure for all age groups. Follow his

Overview

This is a tale of a cat called Hyam a very special cat. In fact he is a theatrical cat, a fastidious cat, a funny cat, but most of all an adored cat.Most famous for talking himself out of a part at an audition for a West End production for he is an actor. Here he tells his own story in a series of delightfully readable poems a pleasure for all age groups. Follow his adventures as he takes us on his travels through the ups and downs of theatre life and his many escapades as a sophisticated actor, a country puss and a muchloved family pet. Irresistibly combining both a sense of humour and an abounding love of its Feline Subject, with the Author's delightful illustrations throughout ' Hyam The Cat who Talked To Much' will capture your imagination and steal your heart.The perfect gift book for all the family ages 9 - 90. Comes with a special offer to buy the Hyam the Cat gift.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906986421
Publisher:
MY Books
Publication date:
08/08/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
98
File size:
770 KB

Meet the Author

As well as her love of the theatre, Pamela Douglas has always enjoyed writing and drawing. Married to the late theatrical director Wallace Douglas, after her acting career she combined a busy family life with compiling several collections of poetry, a set of children's stories, writing freelance articles for magazines and studying interior design. Since returning to her beloved West Sussex, she has run her own interior furnishing business, had several of her paintings exhibited in London galleries and continues to write in the company of her present most beautiful cat called Treacle.

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