Mia the Beach Cat by Wolfram Hanel

9th August 1996 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Mia the Beach Cat by Wolfram Hanel is a jaunty, charming tale of a lonely girl who finds friendship at the beach in the form of a stray cat. Perfect for fledgling readers, this is an unfussy, comforting story with lots of textual clues in Kirsten Hocker's lively watercolour illustrations (North South Pounds 4.50)

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