Puss in Boots: The Adventures of that Most Enterprising Feline
Picture Corgi, 2001 - Children's stories - 24 pages
An action-packed story in which Puss helps his master, Jacques, to find happiness and fortune, and in the meantime, lays to rest sleepless ghouls, cures a hermit's aches and foils the nasty Ogre. A glorious re-telling of a favourite tale, based on a script Philip Pullman wrote for a successful production at the Polka Children's Theatre. Illustrated with characteristic humour and aplomb by Ian Beck's pen-and-ink with watercolour artwork, peppered with amusing speech bubbles.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - danielleburry - LibraryThing
A kitty cat with a plan. He manipulates other to do what he wants, will he get away with it? I think young readers would like this book because it is almost set up in a comic book layout, however, it ... Read full review
Review: Puss in Boots, or the Ogre, the Ghouls and the WindmillUser Review - Sonia - Goodreads
This interesting book tells a story of a boy, Jacques, who just lost his father and was left with just the mill-wheel and the cat, Puss in his will. Not being able to afford the rent, Jacques decides ... Read full review