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Hyam the Cat Who Talked Too Much Audiobook

Hyam the Cat Who Talked Too Much

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These are the tales of a cat - a very special cat in fact. He is a theatrical cat , a fastidious cat , a funny cat, but most of all, an adored cat.

He's 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 that are a pleasure for all age groups.

Follow his adventures as he takes us on his travels through the ins and outs of theatre life and his many escapades as a sophisticated actor, a country puss, and a much-loved family pet.

Blessed with a sense of humor and an abounding love of people, Hyam the Cat Who Talked Too Much will capture your imagination and steal your heart.

©2008 M-y Books; (P)2008 M-y Books

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    Laura Newbridge, Ireland 16/11/2008
    Laura Newbridge, Ireland 16/11/2008
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    Totally brilliant. This is a very short but pacey book. Owning a beautiful black cat myself, I simply adored this wonderful book, which sets out to capture the essence of the cat. Mostly based on actual cat behaviour and cat loves and hates, with the minimum of fictious material, the story of the cat is told through very short burst of poems, moving all too quickly to the next scenario. The narrator is perfect. I just wished it could have been longer, but great value for money and enjoyed it immensely.

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