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The Queen's Cat 'First Year at The Palace'
     

The Queen's Cat 'First Year at The Palace'

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by D Rossmaur
 

Includes full colour illustrations.

When Queen Beatrice visits the royal family of Norway, she receives a lovely surprise gift, a cute fluffy kitten. She names the kitten Albert and brings him home to live in the palace. As Albert grows up he gets into all kinds of trouble.

Albert has many friends at the palace, including Isabelle the Chambermaid,

Overview

Includes full colour illustrations.

When Queen Beatrice visits the royal family of Norway, she receives a lovely surprise gift, a cute fluffy kitten. She names the kitten Albert and brings him home to live in the palace. As Albert grows up he gets into all kinds of trouble.

Albert has many friends at the palace, including Isabelle the Chambermaid, Gerard the Butler, Angus the Chauffeur, Norman the Grenadier Guard, Princess Sophie, Prince Nicholas and his best friend Sergeant Major, the Magpie.

Albert travels to lots of lovely places with the Queen, meets lots of nice people and some not so nice. If Albert does not like you, then watch out. His favourite trick is rubbing his paws on the carpet and giving you a nasty electric shock, which can be painful.

Albert loves to roll in smelly horse poo and it’s usually left to Isabelle to bath him before the Queen finds out.

Life is good at the palace and Albert makes the most of his position as The Queen’s Cat.

In this story Albert wonders if the Queen has remembered his first anniversary at the royal palace and he also meets an unfriendly dog.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045245005
Publisher:
D Rossmaur
Publication date:
08/28/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
568,638
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

Not being someone who likes writing about himself, anyway here goes. I live in England and spend most of my days working as a marketing consultant for theme parks. In my spare time I write and have three book series 'Teen Cops', 'The Queen's Cat,' & 'Bubbles the Tractor.' My publisher Barny Books are relatively small in the grand scheme of things, but are good at nurturing new writing talent. I hope that includes me? I started writing stories for younger children about 10 years ago and have progressed into teen fiction, where I think my talent is probably better suited. Don’t get me wrong I’d love to write the next ’50 Shades of Grey’ and there’s plenty of time for that. I enjoy working for a living and being around other people not just to get inspiration for new ideas, but also to pay the bills as the writing is not a big bread winner, just yet. To be honest I find that being creative can be a curse sometimes, as your mind is often full of new story ideas. For example I am working on the outline for a new Zombie book. Like there aren't enough Zombie books already, but my idea is different so please watch this space. Please get in touch via email if you have any questions - david@teencops.com

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The Queen's Cat 'First Year at The Palace' 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
....you'll love this book. I found the story quite charming, but the illustrations were what captivated me most, to be completely honest. As children's books go, however, I feel this book definitely falls under the heading of bearing many repetitions of reading aloud, before boredom would ever become an issue. Truly, a fun read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why does the queen have a cat??? Cats r worthless