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    ❮EPUB❯ ✻ Poltergeist (Greywalker, ✶ Author Kat Richardson – 9facts.co.uk When An Uninvited Visitor Turns Up At The House [BOOKS] ✬ OBaby Author Geoffrey Johnson – 9facts.co.uk Mog S Forgetfulness Comes In Very Handy Mog is a very forgetful cat, sometimes her memory loss is genuine, other times it is by design Mog lives with the Thomas family, mother and father and two children, Nicky and Debbie She has her own entrance, a cat flap that takes her from the kitchen into the garden And she is always excited when she goes into the garden for she can smell all the smells, chase the birds, climb trees and run around with a big fluffed up tail.However, when it comes time to go back into the house she forgets she Mog is a very forgetful cat, sometimes her memory loss is genuine, other times it is by design Mog lives with the Thomas family, mother and father and two children, Nicky and Debbie She has her own entrance, a cat flap that takes her from the kitchen into the garden And she is always excited when she goes into the garden for she can smell all the smells, chase the birds, climb trees and run around with a big fluffed up tail.However, when it comes time to go back into the house she forgets she has a cat flap see what I mean by design and she will sit outside the kitchen window and meow until one of the children lets her in While waiting for entry she will sit on the window box that Mr Thomas is proudly cultivating and he is always upset when he sees his flowers crushed and he always says, Bother that ca I loved this book as a child and so I really enjoyed reading it again now I like how the author has set the writing within the pictures as it brings both aspects of the story together The writing is short and grouped together making it easier to read for young children who are just starting to learn to read By doing this it also bringsattention to each section of writing I like who the pictures have been seemed to have sketched on to the page This creates afriendly of way of dra I loved this book as a child and so I really enjoyed reading it again now I like how the author has set the writing within the pictures as it brings both aspects of the story together The writing is short and grouped together making it easier to read for young children who are just starting to learn to read By doing this it also bringsattention to eac Mog gets into trouble due to her absentminded nature Mog s inability to remember leads her to forget that she can not fly and she also forgets where her cat flap is Interestingly, Mog is a cat but has a child like mindset After a series of forgetful antics that get her into trouble, she sees a light in the window and meows to be let back in, as a result she saves the day I enjoyed this book as the short interesting sentences are combined with a sing a long rhythm of Kerr s text that makes it Mog gets into trouble due to her absentminded nature Mog s inability to remember leads her to forget that she can not fly A bit of a sad tale, but a nice happy ending This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Such a delightful story with equally considered, thoughtful drawings I love the plaintiff look of the cat on the windowsill asking to be let in and the boy Nicky kneeling on the counter reaching from a stool to let her in I think JK is very good at the ordinariness of the everyday and the inconsequentials She seems to have a good understanding of children Mog frightens a burglar in their house and he is caught, so Mog is then much appreciated by the parents I like the penultimate picture of Such a delightful story with equally considered, thoughtful drawings I love the plaintiff look of the cat on the windowsill asking to be let in and the boy Nicky kneeling on the counter reaching from a stool to let her in I think JK is This book is super nostalgic and reminds me of being in Reception at school It s not so much the story, but the illustrations that bring back the fuzzy feeling of being five again Back then, teachers would read aloud and show us the pictures It was delightful to revisit this children s book as an adult The story is about the eponymous cat, Mog, who does usual cat things like forgetting they had already been fed and leaving the house through the cat flap and forgetting how to get back in This book is super nostalgic and reminds me of being in Reception at school It s not so much the story, but the illustrations that bring back the fuzzy feeling of being five again Back then, teachers would read aloud and show us the pictures It was delightful to revisit this children s book as an adult The story is about the eponymous cat, Mog, who does usual cat things like forgetting they had already been fed and leaving the house through the ca This is my 12th Book Review Mog the Forgetful CatBy Judith KerrI received this book from my teacher and students as a present, and it is a wonderful book and beautifully written from the well known author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea It is a story about a cat called Mog It tells the story of a forgetful cat who is always getting into trouble Mog lives with her family Mr Thomas, Mrs Thomas, Debbie and Nicky Debbie the little girl in the story loves Mog but her father Mr Thomas isnt too keen This is my 12th Book Review Mog the Forgetful CatBy Judith KerrI received this book from my teacher and students as a present, and it is a wonderful book and beautifully written from the well known author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea It is a story about a cat called Mog It tells the story of a forgetful cat who is always getting into trouble Mog lives with her family Mr Thomas, Mrs Thomas, Debbie and Nicky Debbie the little girl in the story loves Mog but her father Mr Thomas isnt too keen on Mog Mog would forget that she has a cat flap a Mog the Forgetful Cat written by Judith Kerr is a book I picked up randomly in the library Mog is a forgetful cat which the Thomas family see as a nuisance as Mog is constantly unknowingly getting on the wrong side of people, except Debbie, who is the only exception That is until she had a nightmare about a tiger wanting to eat her, only to find out that Mog had crept into her room Mog s forgetfulness is shown throughout the book in different circumstances and the reaction shown by the fami Mog the Forgetful Cat written by Judith Kerr is a book I picked up randomly in the library Mog is a forgetful cat which the Thomas family see as a nuisance as Mog is constantly unknowingly getting on the wrong side of people, except Debbie, who is the only exception That is until she had a nightmare about a tiger wanting to eat her, only to find out that Mog had crept into her room Mog s forgetfulness is shown throughout the book in different circumstances and the reaction shown by the family is always Bother that cat , the attitude towards Mog is changed when a burglar is in the h"/>
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Mog the Forgetful Cat
  • Judith Kerr
  • English
  • 10 April 2018
  • 0001955071

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Mog the Forgetful Cat Delightful Mog is so endearing I loved how Debbie, the girl in the house, sticks by Mog, even when she has her nightmare about a tiger That double page illustration is my favorite picture in the book The illustrations are cute The story is mostly funny, with a bit of sadness, and it has a fun twist ending Readers who have known any less than brilliant cats A Special th Anniversary Edition Of The Debut Of Judith Kerr S Mog Stories Mog Always Seems To Be In Trouble Because She Is Such A Very Forgetful Cat She Forgets That She Has A Cat Flap And She Forgets When She Has Already Eaten Her Supper But One Night, When An Uninvited Visitor Turns Up At The House, Mog S Forgetfulness Comes In Very Handy ❮EPUB❯ ✻ Poltergeist (Greywalker, ✶ Author Kat Richardson – 9facts.co.uk When An Uninvited Visitor Turns Up At The House [BOOKS] ✬ OBaby Author Geoffrey Johnson – 9facts.co.uk Mog S Forgetfulness Comes In Very Handy Mog is a very forgetful cat, sometimes her memory loss is genuine, other times it is by design Mog lives with the Thomas family, mother and father and two children, Nicky and Debbie She has her own entrance, a cat flap that takes her from the kitchen into the garden And she is always excited when she goes into the garden for she can smell all the smells, chase the birds, climb trees and run around with a big fluffed up tail.However, when it comes time to go back into the house she forgets she Mog is a very forgetful cat, sometimes her memory loss is genuine, other times it is by design Mog lives with the Thomas family, mother and father and two children, Nicky and Debbie She has her own entrance, a cat flap that takes her from the kitchen into the garden And she is always excited when she goes into the garden for she can smell all the smells, chase the birds, climb trees and run around with a big fluffed up tail.However, when it comes time to go back into the house she forgets she has a cat flap see what I mean by design and she will sit outside the kitchen window and meow until one of the children lets her in While waiting for entry she will sit on the window box that Mr Thomas is proudly cultivating and he is always upset when he sees his flowers crushed and he always says, Bother that ca I loved this book as a child and so I really enjoyed reading it again now I like how the author has set the writing within the pictures as it brings both aspects of the story together The writing is short and grouped together making it easier to read for young children who are just starting to learn to read By doing this it also bringsattention to each section of writing I like who the pictures have been seemed to have sketched on to the page This creates afriendly of way of dra I loved this book as a child and so I really enjoyed reading it again now I like how the author has set the writing within the pictures as it brings both aspects of the story together The writing is short and grouped together making it easier to read for young children who are just starting to learn to read By doing this it also bringsattention to eac Mog gets into trouble due to her absentminded nature Mog s inability to remember leads her to forget that she can not fly and she also forgets where her cat flap is Interestingly, Mog is a cat but has a child like mindset After a series of forgetful antics that get her into trouble, she sees a light in the window and meows to be let back in, as a result she saves the day I enjoyed this book as the short interesting sentences are combined with a sing a long rhythm of Kerr s text that makes it Mog gets into trouble due to her absentminded nature Mog s inability to remember leads her to forget that she can not fly A bit of a sad tale, but a nice happy ending This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Such a delightful story with equally considered, thoughtful drawings I love the plaintiff look of the cat on the windowsill asking to be let in and the boy Nicky kneeling on the counter reaching from a stool to let her in I think JK is very good at the ordinariness of the everyday and the inconsequentials She seems to have a good understanding of children Mog frightens a burglar in their house and he is caught, so Mog is then much appreciated by the parents I like the penultimate picture of Such a delightful story with equally considered, thoughtful drawings I love the plaintiff look of the cat on the windowsill asking to be let in and the boy Nicky kneeling on the counter reaching from a stool to let her in I think JK is This book is super nostalgic and reminds me of being in Reception at school It s not so much the story, but the illustrations that bring back the fuzzy feeling of being five again Back then, teachers would read aloud and show us the pictures It was delightful to revisit this children s book as an adult The story is about the eponymous cat, Mog, who does usual cat things like forgetting they had already been fed and leaving the house through the cat flap and forgetting how to get back in This book is super nostalgic and reminds me of being in Reception at school It s not so much the story, but the illustrations that bring back the fuzzy feeling of being five again Back then, teachers would read aloud and show us the pictures It was delightful to revisit this children s book as an adult The story is about the eponymous cat, Mog, who does usual cat things like forgetting they had already been fed and leaving the house through the ca This is my 12th Book Review Mog the Forgetful CatBy Judith KerrI received this book from my teacher and students as a present, and it is a wonderful book and beautifully written from the well known author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea It is a story about a cat called Mog It tells the story of a forgetful cat who is always getting into trouble Mog lives with her family Mr Thomas, Mrs Thomas, Debbie and Nicky Debbie the little girl in the story loves Mog but her father Mr Thomas isnt too keen This is my 12th Book Review Mog the Forgetful CatBy Judith KerrI received this book from my teacher and students as a present, and it is a wonderful book and beautifully written from the well known author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea It is a story about a cat called Mog It tells the story of a forgetful cat who is always getting into trouble Mog lives with her family Mr Thomas, Mrs Thomas, Debbie and Nicky Debbie the little girl in the story loves Mog but her father Mr Thomas isnt too keen on Mog Mog would forget that she has a cat flap a Mog the Forgetful Cat written by Judith Kerr is a book I picked up randomly in the library Mog is a forgetful cat which the Thomas family see as a nuisance as Mog is constantly unknowingly getting on the wrong side of people, except Debbie, who is the only exception That is until she had a nightmare about a tiger wanting to eat her, only to find out that Mog had crept into her room Mog s forgetfulness is shown throughout the book in different circumstances and the reaction shown by the fami Mog the Forgetful Cat written by Judith Kerr is a book I picked up randomly in the library Mog is a forgetful cat which the Thomas family see as a nuisance as Mog is constantly unknowingly getting on the wrong side of people, except Debbie, who is the only exception That is until she had a nightmare about a tiger wanting to eat her, only to find out that Mog had crept into her room Mog s forgetfulness is shown throughout the book in different circumstances and the reaction shown by the family is always Bother that cat , the attitude towards Mog is changed when a burglar is in the h


About the Author: Judith Kerr

Judith Kerr is a German born British writer and illustrator who has created both enduring picture books such as the Mog series and The Tiger Who Came To Tea and acclaimed novels for older children such as the autobiographical When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit which give a child s eye view of the Second World War.Kerr was born in Berlin but left Germany with her parents and her brother, Michael, in 193 Judith Kerr is a German born British writer and illustrator who has created both enduring picture books such as the Mog series and The Tiger Who Came To Tea and acclaimed novels for older children such as the autobiographical When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit which give a child s eye view of the Second World War.Kerr was born in Berlin but left Germany with her parents and her brother, Michael, in 1933, soon after the Nazis first came to power They were forced to leave as her father, noted drama critic, journalist and screenwriter Alfred Kerr, had openly criticised the Nazis,who burned his books shortly after the family had fled Germany They travelled first to Switzerland and then on into France, before finally settling in Britain, where Kerr has lived ever since She subsequently became a naturalised British citizen