Big Cats

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Edc Pub, Jan 1, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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Readers are introduced to the big cats of the world--including lions, tigers, and panthers--in this guide that helps them to discover the different species, their habitats, what they eat, the family structure of these animals, and much more. Spectacular photographs and suggested Web sites to visit enhance this book.

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The Cat has been described (accurately) as a genius, good looking, generous, caring and best of all a 'great writer.' The great writer bit is handy because he writes books. His first book "Getting Out Excerpts From A Cat's Diary" is a bestseller and feline literary masterpiece, which was described as - unputdownable - by more than one sober critic. This is his second book and it's called "The Cat's Travelogue." It is the first travelogue written by a Cat or indeed any member of the feline genus and will have you rolling in the aisles if you browse it in a bookshop, so be warned and before you read it take it home, that will save a lot of public embarrassment and odd looks from your fellow shoppers. The Cat is confident that everyone who enjoyed his first book will kill for his second and anyone who reads the second book first will not hesitate to buy the first book - but don't stop there, buy as many copies as you like and make this Cat very happy.

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