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RICORDATI DEL GATTO!
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RICORDATI DEL GATTO!

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Product ID: 9788807922664
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ORIGINAL TITLE: Don't Forget Tiggs!
AUTHOR: Michael Rosen
ILLUSTRATOR: Tony Ross
TRANSLATOR: Daniela Gamba
PUBLISHER: Feltrinelli Kids Editore
YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2017
GENRE: Children story, Educational
RECOMMENDED AGE: 7+ (Native Italian Language Speakers) Yr10+ (Italian Second Language Students)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 95
FORMAT: Paperback 13.5cm x 20cm
LANGUAGE: Italian

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Il signore e la signora Frettini sono sempre di fretta, non si fermano mai un secondo. Ma questo significa che a volte si dimenticano di fare cose importanti, come per esempio mangiare, fare la spesa e… portare il figlio a scuola! Come se la caverà Harry, che è rimasto chiuso in casa? Per fortuna c’è lo sveglissimo gatto Tigre, che pensa a tutto e a tutti. Ma qualcuno si ricorderà di pensare a lui? Un simpatico protagonista a quattro zampe dà una piccola lezione morale a un mondo che va sempre troppo di fretta. Dall’autore di "A caccia dell’orso" un libro per primi lettori, con pagine ariose illustrate in bianco e nero dal geniale, sempre ironico, Tony Ross.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
A rib-tickling story about a family that spends too much time rushing to remember anything important. Mr and Mrs Hurry are always rushing about. They never stop! But that means they forget some rather important things – like eating . . . and shopping . . . and taking their son Harry to school! Thankfully, Tiggs the cat is around to remind them. But will anyone remember to give Tiggs his dinner?


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