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Blue, Where Are You?

Blue, Where Are You?

Written by Wes Magee, Illustrated by Margaret Anne Suggs

On their first evening in their new home, Josh and Jo's cat Blue is nowhere to be found. Will Josh and Jo find their missing cat?
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Paperback: €6.99
Paperback: 64 pages
Size:196x130 mm
ISBN: 9781847170095

Themes: Issues, Animal Life

Series: Flyers

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Mum, Dad, Josh and Jo are moving to a new house, and of course the family cat, Blue, comes too.

But on their first evening in their new home, Blue is nowhere to be found. Josh and Jo search every inch of the house – they look in the bedrooms, in the attic, even out in the barn.

Where is Blue?

Josh and Jo are sad going to bed without their cat, but the morning brings a wonderful surprise! Blue is back – and she’s brought her new, baby kittens with her!

Wes Magee
WES MAGEE is a former teacher who has published 4 collections of poetry for adults, and 80 books for young readers. The Very Best of Wes Magee was the Choice Award for the Children’s Poetry Bookshelf. Wes is a regular visitor to schools and colleges. His work has been featured on TV and radio.
Margaret Anne Suggs

Margaret Anne is a children's book illustrator and can usually be found scribbling in a sketchbook. For a while she did product illustration for a clock company . . . but that’s a story for another time. In a digital world, Margaret Anne still works by hand, creating illustrations that are sometimes sweet, sometimes spicy, but always delightful. She was raised in the American Deep South and being a dual citizen has given her illustrations a uniquely cheerful colour palette and a distinct femininity.

Rights Held: World, all languages

Also by Margaret Anne Suggs:

No Shoes for Tom
A Garden for Tom
Bróga Thomáis
Blue the Brave

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