The third book about Morris, the lovable fat ginger kitten whose main interest in life is food! A Roaring Good Read for children who are just able to read on their own.
Morris gets chased up the apple tree by a great big dog. He crawls to the end of a very long branch...and then gets stuck. He is much too afraid to come down. His sister, Rose, climbs up the tree to join him, then they are both stuck. His little brother, Tom, rushes up to join them... then they are all stuck on the end of the very long, and now very wobbly, branch. Mother Cat persuades Tom and Rose to climb down. But she cannot get Morris down, he is much too scared. The only thing that will persuade Morris to come down is...FOOD!
A third perfect text for beginner readers by this well-known author.
About the Author:
Vivian French worked in the theatre for many years before becoming a full time writer of children's books. She has written over forty books for children, as well as short stories of which three appear in Collins anthologies - The Wall in Centuries of Stories; Selim Hassan the Seventh in Mirrors and The Mighty One's Daughter in Kids' Night In. Vivian has recently moved from Bristol to Edinburgh. She is well-known to schools, libraries and all the major children's literary festivals where she 'performs' her work as well as leading writing workshops.