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REVIEW: Atticus Claw Learns to Draw by Jennifer Gray

The world’s greatest cat detective is back on the case 

Who can possibly resist these hilarious stories about Atticus Grammaticus Cattypuss Claw, a reformed cat burglar? Now he’s moved across from the dark side, Atticus lives with the Cheddar family and is the cat’s whiskers at solving crime. As famous works of art start to go missing from galleries around the world, Atticus is on the case. But the whole mystery takes a turn when Inspector Cheddar disappears and Atticus has to call on his drawing skills to prevent the biggest crime in art history. Kids adore these books, and with a kitty hero like Atticus, they’ll be purring with delight.
Faber, out now. Age: 7+

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