Mog S Family Of Cats

Mog S Family Of Cats

Mog’s Family of Cats
by Judith Kerr

Reissue of this board book about everyone’s favourite family cat, Mog. With new cover design.

Mog the cat lives with Nicky and Debbie, but she has a very big family who all live in different places. Her mummy and daddy live on a farm and her aunt Emma’s home is in a shop and it takes a very special birthday to bring them all together – what a lot of purrs and paws!

A purrfect board book for little hands – toddlers will enjoy looking at all the different cats in all sorts of shapes, colours and sizes.


Family Holiday
by Denise Robins

A captivating love story from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen of Romance, first published in 1937 and now available for the first time in eBook.

Summer brings the holiday with Guy and the children – just like every other year. But it also brings that chance meeting with Blake Randall, the young officer Clare had loved so deeply and yet so fleetingly all those years ago in a wartime hospital.

He has not become boring like Guy, the kindly but unexciting doctor she married. Blake has retained the spark of youth; the spark Clare still feels within herself…


Children’s Book Review Index
by Gary C. Tarbert


Herding Hemingway’s Cats
by Kat Arney

The language of genes has become common parlance. We know they make your eyes blue, your hair curly or your nose straight. The media tells us that our genes control the risk of cancer, heart disease, alcoholism or Alzheimer’s. The cost of DNA sequencing has plummeted from billions of pounds to a few hundred, and gene-based advances in medicine hold huge promise.

So we’ve all heard of genes, but how do they actually work?

There are 2.2 metres of DNA inside every one of your cells, encoding roughly 20,000 genes. These are the ‘recipes’ that tell our cells how to make the building blocks of life, along with myriad control switches ensuring they’re turned on and off at the right time and in the right place. But rather than a static string of genetic code, this is a dynamic, writhing biological library. Figuring out how it all works – how your genes build your body – is a major challenge for researchers around the world. And what they’re discovering is that far from genes being a fixed, deterministic blueprint, things are much more random and wobbly than anyone expected.

Drawing on stories ranging from six toed cats and stickleback hips to Mickey Mouse mice and zombie genes – told by researchers working at the cutting edge of genetics – Kat Arney explores the mysteries in our genomes with clarity, flair and wit, creating a companion reader to the book of life itself.


Mog and Me and Other Stories
by Judith Kerr

Come play with everyoneâe(tm)s favourite family pet, in this bumper board book collection of stories especially for younger readers.

Mog the Forgetful Cat is everyoneâe(tm)s favourite family pet. This bumper board book is a collection of four Mog stories especially for her youngest fans!

Contains:

Mog and Me

Mog in the Garden

Mogâe(tm)s Kittens

Mogâe(tm)s Family of Cats