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Win!! A beautiful, limited edition book 'The Kitty Cat Monster'

 

Win a beautiful, limited edition book to fill your children's bookcase with Tidy Book's  book review and competition

 

You can WIN The Kitty Cat Monster by Lisa Vance, artwork by Anna Alcock by telling us which book you most treasure. We’ll pick a winner from the most original entry!

 

This lovely book, which comes as a gift set with some original prints, is keepsake prize to treasure.  The book and prints are generously donated by Tidy Books’ local artists, Lisa Vance and Anna Alcock. ‘The Kitty Cat Monster’ is a limited edition, signed by the artist and comes in an original gift bag.

 

Kitty Cat Monster Anna Alcock Review

 

If your pet has cowered from the loving arms of small children, you’ll recognise the Kitty Cat Monster.  The author wrote this story about Anna Alcock’s daughter who wants to play with the kittens.  The kittens see a ‘monster’ who chases them into a hideout.  The gentle and patient intervention of mum, makes the kittens feel it is safe enough to emerge, and be stroked on her knee.  And the Kitty Cat Monster, at her mother’s knee,  learns to be gentle with the kittens and is rewarded with purring.

 

This is a sweet and simple story, with lovely original artwork.

 

You can WIN this keepsake book by telling us which book you most treasure. We’ll pick a winner from the most original entry!

 

Leave your answer in the comment box below.  So we can notify the winner please confirm on our Facebook page that you have entered. Open to the UK only.

Good luck!

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20 thoughts on “Win!! A beautiful, limited edition book 'The Kitty Cat Monster'”

  • libby hugehs

    My most treasured book is 'Babe'. It was the first book I read from start to finish as my teacher told me I had to read a 'book'. He suggested 'Babe' because I love animals, and it was quite an easy read. Ill never forget that book and everything my teacher told me!

  • Amiee Stitt

    The book I most treasure from my childhood is Roald Dahl's Danny champion of the world. It's magical, such a wonderfully written book. I remember not being able to put it down and feeling full of excitement whilst reading it. I still have the copy I read when i was 9, and still get the same lovely feelings whilst reading it today, 20 years later!

    My daughter is almost two, so too young for Danny champion of the world yet, but i can not wait to read it with her in a few years. Her favourite book at the moment is the gruffalo, she loves monsters, and she pretends to be scared whilst I read it to her. She had even memorised a few words from the book!

  • Sarka Baran

    The Little Prince ***

  • maxine goodefllow
    maxine goodefllow December 14, 2012 at 11:03 am

    It has to be Peace at last by Jill Murphy.

  • Amiee Stitt

    My most treasured book from my childhood is Roald Dahl's Danny champion of the world. It's magical, such a wonderfully written book. I remember not being able to put it down and feeling full of excitement whilst reading it. I still have the copy I read when i was 9, and still get the same lovely feelings whilst reading it today, 20 years later!
    My daughter is almost two, so too young for Danny champion of the world yet, but i can not wait to read it with her in a few years. Her favourite book at the moment is the gruffalo, she loves monsters, and she pretends to be scared whilst I read it to her. She had even memorised a few words from the book!

  • Sheelagh

    my copy of Heidi. My Grandma gave it to me nearly 40 years ago. It had a tooled red leather cover and Gold blocked writing and i thought it was the most beautiful book ever. It started my love of old books and sits in pride of place amongst my lovely first edition Thomas Hardy books. Years later I realised that it was pressed paper made to look like leather and not the real thing, but it is still my most treasured book, I just have to open it and I can hear her reading it to me. Precious memories as she is no longer with us

  • stacey hutchins

    my most treasure book is my sets of beatrix potter books i love them so much i read them so much when i was little i draw in them so they got my personalise touch and i read these book to my son when he was bump in my tummy and even now i read all book i read as a child i love my book so much i still get the same feeling when reading my book a happy feeling like i am in my our little world i love to have imagination with my son i imagination i am in world of the book i can be my our little world and my son loves book so much like me too i got him reading young

  • Anne Bladon

    My treasured book is "Before I Go To Sleep" by Enid Blyton. It's a collection of Bible stories and prayers that I had as a child and read most nights (before I went to sleep) Some where in the excitement of growing up, uni, marriage and moving out, I lost my battered copy of it and it was something that I was vaguely sad about when I remembered. I grew older and thoughts turned to children of my own and I wished I still had it to pass down. To my delight my Mum bought me a first edition of it for my thirtieth birthday, as battered and loved as my original copy. Shortly afterwards I found out I was expecting our first baby. He's nearly five now and doesn't remember my Mum because she died when he was 9 months old, but he loves reading Before I Go To Sleep with me at bedtimes and looking at the old fashioned colourplates and dated language. It's a lovely link between my childhood and his, and also brings back memories of Mum. I don't think I'll be losing this copy.

  • Katherine Aitken

    My Bible!

    It has something for everyone. Stories for the little children, insight for the older children, and wisdom and truth for everyone!

  • Megan Ayee

    I loved the Malory Towers books, I read them over and over again, and always wished I could go to boarding school! I hope my daughter loves books as much as I do when she's older

  • Krystle James

    I'm a nursery nurse and love to read when 'the tiger came to tea'. I love the look on the children's confused stare on their face, and the giggles from the children when the tiger "drinks all daddy's beer". I always set up for the next day a picnic table with toy food and tiger soft teddies. Can't wait to read it to my 11 month old when she's a bit bigger...

  • Ember Johnstone

    My most treasure book(s): The C.S Lewis Narnia collection. I have the boxset and have had it since I was about 5/6 and I will be passing it down to my daughter =]

  • Val Griffiths

    I treasure a ladybird hardback copy of The Elves and the Shoemaker that I had as a child. The illustrations of the beautiful shoes the elves made and the colours have stayed vivid in my head. The story of helping someone for no reason other than that you can always appealed too.

  • Eileen Teo

    It will be my school year book! It was 1992 and my school started to make a year book for everyone. it was great as it had so much of photos and memory. I still had it and took it along to our school gathering in feb this year. we had no change at all!

  • Ciaran Garraghan

    I used to get lost in my hardback copy of Alice In Wonderland when I was a little girl, with it's original drawn picture's the story let me escape to the world Alice had gone.... where animals talked, wierd & delightful journey's & tales captured my imagination. I felt as though I was Alice myself.

  • Cath Joyce

    My most treasured book is The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe. I still have my battered copy and read it to my children now. I loved the story about the magic world that you get to through the wardrobe, my Grandma had a old wardrobe that was full of old coats and I used to keep going in it everytime I visited just to see if I could get to Narnia too! I never managed it but I did have fun dressing up in the coats though!!!

  • Jo welsh

    My most treasured book is the magic faraway tree I love it and remember my mum reading it to me and now want to read it to my daughters when they are old enough.

  • Rhiannon Legge

    My favourite book and the one I treasure most is Tom's Midnight Garden.... I very fondly remember my older sister reading it to me when I was younger and being captivated by the magic of it. Now I am older, and have children of my own, I also really enjoy reading it to my two girls and seeing how magical they find it as well as seeing it is still magical to me but in such a different way now!

  • Angela

    My treasured book is " my very first book of poems" given to me by great grandma, I love reading all the poems, and now my boys enjoy them. The book itself has seen better days, it now lives in a zip lock bag as the pages keep falling out each time you read it. Our other favourite book is " more, more, more" a story about a whale who eats everything in the ocean till he is full then sick, both my boys delight in saying more more more on each page. This book will be treasured for a long time as it is one that my eldest who has communication difficulties first started to join in with, thankfully his language has progressed a lot and he love lot chatter now. It's always on the front of the shelf on the tidy book bookcase we have in the kitchen.

  • Kim

    I love Pongwiffy by KayUmansky, it always reminds me off sitting around with my sisters listening to my Dad read it to us. I can't wait until my little ones a big enough to have it read to them



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