The Diabolical Mr Tiddles

The Diabolical Mr Tiddles
Tom McLaughlin
Reviewed by Lisa Randall
Simon and Schuster
Fri, 06/01/2012

A hilariously naughty book!

When Harry gets an adorably perfect pusscat for his birthday, he is over the moon, but Mr Tiddles is no ordinary furry-purry friend. Harry takes great care to look after Mr Tiddles, plays with him, feeds him his favourite fishy treats and strokes his tummy the way he likes. But once Harry is asleep, the diabolical moggy gallivants about the town getting up to all sorts of rascally tricks and accidentally gets them both into trouble.

Brilliantly illustrated, this very mischievous cat wins everyone over, including the Queen. So beware, if you wake up one morning to find a horse called Alan in your bedroom, and jellybeans in your bed, you may just have had a visit from the diabolical Mr Tiddles.

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