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How About a Night Out?

Written by Sam Williams

Early Years Stories about Animals Humorous Poetry

LoveReading View on How About a Night Out?

Longlisted for the UKLA Book Awards 2021

A fun rhyming story, great for reading aloud with wonderful graphic artwork.

 

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How About a Night Out? Synopsis

In rollicking rhyme, an adventurous kitty invites his friends for a night-time romp in the busy city.

We’ll swoon to the moon

If the moon is out.

We’ll have a night

To sing about. We’ll catercall

Upon the wall

And never worry if we fall.

How About a Night Out? Press Reviews

‘... a vibrant nocturnal adventure ...’ – Kirkus

‘Williams and Hunt depict the nocturnal lives of urban felines in this jazzy rhyming story.’ - Publishers Weekly

‘This is a superb book for early years, full of fabulous rhymes and two completely engaging and lovable brave cat characters who join us on a journey across the night-time urban landscape.’– Read it Daddy

‘Delivered in jaunty rhyming couplets and Matt Hunt's alluring art showing the cat's journey against the inky dark sky, this will surely please early years listeners.’ – Red Reading Hub

‘An ideal class book to share at story time.’ – Just Imagine

Book Information

ISBN: 9781912757831
Publication date: 1st October 2020
Author: Sam Williams
Publisher: Boxer Books Limited
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 32 pages
Year Groups: Early Years
Topics: Animals, Humorous, Poetry

About Sam Williams

Sam William’s expressive, appealing and soft illustrations have appeared in numerous young books, including Ballet Kitty; Cold Little Duck, Duck, Duck and Little Red by Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York. He is the author of Talk Peace and That’s Love. Sam divides his time between London and Deal on the east coast of England. Read the author's Q&A here.

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