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Tales of Fur and Feather-bookcover

By: Gabriella Thomas

Tales of Fur and Feather

Pages: 78 Ratings: 5.0
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What really happens in the animal world when two cat brothers swap their homes and their owners? 

What really happens when two proud herons collide? 

What really happens when fur meets feather…is it fur or feathers that fly? 

What really happens when a ‘terrible creature’ confronts Gripper, the leader of a notorious gang of cats?

Read all about it in Tales of Fur and Feather.

This book is the sequel to The Cats of Butterwick Sands.

Gabriella Thomas lives in Brixton in South London. She is sixty-seven-years-old, works full-time as a Clinical Nurse Specialist with children and families; she has worked in Nursing, mainly in the NHS for over twenty-five years. Gabriella was born in Reading in Berkshire, though of Italian origin and is married with two older children and has two young grandchildren, Mariella and Elliot.

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Customer Reviews
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2 reviews
  • Vironment

    After reading the first book The Cats of Butterwick Sands, this book follows on and expands the back story of Percy the Cat. I felt it was a better book, with lesser characters and so was able to more fully engage the reader. If you like cats it is definitely the book for you, creating a world of cats and other animals that is wonderful to imagine. We are introduced to a couple of self-absorbed herons, more cats and more birds against a variety of different backgrounds; along the Oxford Canal, St James Park and of course, Butterwick Sands, each brought to life by the author. It is a gentle story contrasting against the difficult trials of our lives in today’s world, a gentler more innocent time.
    I very much recommend this book for children of all ages, for cat lovers, for parents to read to their children. One could imagine it as adapted to a children’s television series or film.

  • Elisabeth

    We picked up this book by chance for our son as he loves cats and adventure stories. We have reads with him every night and we’ve now been through it three or four times. We highly recommend this read as it tells of a world gone by and is very funny.
    Kids need more of this and less social media and TV.

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