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Tooth and Claw
     

Tooth and Claw

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by Stephen Moore
 

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Suggested reading age: 10-14 yrs and up

"Bryna licked frantically at her paws as the full weight of the awful truth began to settle on her shoulders . . . the whole of mankind had gone from the town. And yet, how could that be? Men were like the sun, the wind and the rain . . . Always, always there. And if they were not there � then what?"

Abandoned

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Suggested reading age: 10-14 yrs and up

"Bryna licked frantically at her paws as the full weight of the awful truth began to settle on her shoulders . . . the whole of mankind had gone from the town. And yet, how could that be? Men were like the sun, the wind and the rain . . . Always, always there. And if they were not there � then what?"

Abandoned in the depths of winter, the once pampered pets of men, the cats and the dogs, are left to their own fate. To fend for themselves.
Can they survive the cruel weather? Most importantly, can they survive each other?

And later, when the empty town reveals its darkest secret, and the hunters become the hunted, it�s kill or be killed. To survive, the animals must unite, in the most desperate fight of their lives . . .
A compelling, epic animal adventure.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016475028
Publisher:
Crossroad Press
Publication date:
06/02/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
397 KB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Stephen Moore would rather be writing books than writing about himself. But here goes:

Stephen hails from the North East of England, a land he never tires of exploring; full of ancient Roman history, fantastic castles and remnants of the infamous Border Reivers.

A long time ago, before he discovered the magic of storytelling, Stephen was an exhibition designer and he has fond memories of working in the strange old world of museums. Sometimes he can still be found in auction houses pawing over old relics!

Stephen has shared his house with several of the animals that frequent his books, though not the flying pigs or foul-smelling brugan. He loves art and books, old and new. He�s into rock music and movies and theatre and video games! But mostly, he likes to write, where he gets to create his own worlds. If pushed very hard to name his favourite book of all time � there are many contenders � he�d have to say . . . Today, it�s a dead heat between, Robert Westall�s The Machine Gunners and Robert Louis Stephenson�s Treasure Island.

Maybe, his own books are OK too?

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Tooth and Claw 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this talking animal book where dogs and cats need to unite against a mysterious foe; as well as coping with life when the people vanish! You’ll be gripped like I was.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I grew up with this book. It’s so good it’s still on my bookshelf. This is the cat and dog story you need to read. Epic!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just realized that I forgot med cat den X3 Im glad you guys made up for it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An good short story to pass the time with