A Freddie and Jimmy Story - The Snow Cat - Picture Book

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Have you ever wondered what cats get up to while their owners are out?

Find out with this fantastic children's picture book about two real cats who live in the North Yorkshire Moors of England.

Suitable for ages 4 to 104, this book is perfect for sharing, especially at bedtime. More confident young readers will enjoy reading it to themselves or to adults. More
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About N.A. Oswald

We are two Primary School Deputy Headteachers. We are excited about writing and illustrating books that will develop an enthusiasm for reading and story-telling.

We hope you enjoy our books,

Nick & Angela

Website www.freddieandjimmy.com coming soon!

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Review by: Catie180 on May 31, 2016 :
I love it! I'm a teacher in Australia using this with my class to introduce Winter themed activities, we will watch the reading on youtube & I've created a worksheet & some activities based on the story (if you're interested I'd be happy to share!) Love free resources! Thanks :)
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Review by: Irene Kueh on March 31, 2012 :
A very cute story. Absolutely love the pictures. Brought back memories about the cats my family had when I was little. Well done.
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Review by: Ernest Taylor on Oct. 6, 2011 :
Excellent book and super artwork - at last a book that I can share with my two young Grandchildren.
Highly recommended *****
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Review by: Scot Walker on Oct. 4, 2011 : (no rating)
As a man who is "owned" by two cats I was delighted by this sweet "tale" about Freddie and Jimmy. The art work is well done. Kudos to authnor N.A. Oswald
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Review by: Adam Hodgkinson on Sep. 9, 2011 :
The Best Book Ive Ever Read Great Ilistrations And a Great Book
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Review by: Maranda Russell on Sep. 8, 2011 :
Cute story, loved the illustrations. However, the formatting was a little bit off, at least for the Kindle version. It seemed like the pictures and some of the text were awkwardly spaced. Still a good read though, especially since it is free!
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