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Kittens and Cats: A Book of Tales

Gelesen von Rosslyn Carlyle

(4,273 Sterne; 11 Bewertungen)

This book consists of fifty-two very short fictitious stories about cats and kittens, which have been written for children. Many of the stories have been written by cats and address the queen, many of them are commentaries on well known nursery rhymes, and many of them are both. - Summary by Rosslyn Carlyle (0 hr 34 min)


The Queen - Granny Gray - Getting ready - I wonder - Ready for the party - A fu…


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No party for me - I'm off - Being weighed - The party - The commanding officer …


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A famous mouser - A long time ago - A dunce's tale - A tale of three kittens - …


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Who was he - A stranger - A sad tale - My own tale - Three tales - A sight to s…


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Ding Dong Bell - The dining-room - I am so hungry - The Queen's tea-table - Sev…


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cat vs pickles

(5 Sterne)

I love it! It is so good! It was one of the first things I followed. I like to listen to it during the night.


(2 Sterne)

This is a really odd book with extremely brief stories and poems centred on a queen's party. I suspect that the original book in its print form would have been much more interesting, especially to young children. I only persisted listening to this because it helped me to sleep, so many thanks to the narrator for that.

this is a really really good book

(5 Sterne)