Slinky Malinki Catflaps Paperback
by Lynley Dodd
Part of the Hairy Maclary and Friends series
Slinky Malinki Catflaps is a hilarious rhyming story by Lynley Dodd.Slinky Malinki wakes from a cosy sleep, stretches and slips out through the catflap and into the night.
He's soon joined by his friends Greywacke Jones, Butterball Brown, the Poppadum kittens and the rest of the gang.
Hobnobbing happily on the wall,ten in a row, the cats are disturbed by the crotchety Scarface Claw.
The cats hiss and yowl until all the neighbours complain.
Scarface slopes off and Slinky Malinki invites his friends home to sit in front of the fire, hobnobbing happily, ten in a row.Lynley Dodd is an award-winning author/illustrator who lives in New Zealand.
She is enormously popular for her rhyming stories of the unforgettable HAIRY MACLARY and his friends.
She worked as a teacher before beginning to write her own books in 1974.Read all the Hairy Maclary and Friends books by Lynley Dodd!Hairy Maclary's Bone; Hairy Maclary Scattercat; Hairy Maclary's Caterwaul Caper; Hairy Maclary's Rumpus at the Vet; Slinky Malinki; Hairy Maclary's Showbusiness; Slinky Malinki, Open the Door; Sniff-Snuff-Snap!; Schnitzel Von Krumm Forget-Me-Not; Slinky Malinki Catflaps; Slinky Malinki's Christmas Crackers; Hairy Maclary's Hat Tricks; Scarface Claw; Schnitzel Von Krumm, Dog's Never Climb Tress; Hairy Maclary, Sit; Hairy Maclary and Zachary Quack; Magnet Fun with Hairy Maclary; Hairy Maclary, Shoo; Hairy Maclary and Friends Little Library; Slinky Malinki, Open the Door; Slinky Malinki Early Bird; Where is Hairy Maclary?; Sticker Fun with Hairy Maclary; My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 32 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 24/02/2000
- Category: Picture books
- ISBN: 9780140565720
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Review by Cheryl_in_CC_NV
I've no child right now to whom I can read aloud. I believe if I did, the child's glee would enable me to appreciate the charm of the book more. The rhythm and the humor are there, but they're aimed at the tot, not at the mother of a teenager.