The Girl, the Cat and the Navigator

by Matilda Woods (author) and Anuska Allepuz (illustrator)

Suitable for 9 - 10 years

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An enchanting, charming story of bravery on the ice-tipped ocean, with stunning art by Anuska Allepuz on every page. Curious, pin-bright Oona Britt dreams of setting sail with her ship’s captain father for a life of excitement on the wild waves. She has read stories of a magical creature – the Nardoo – who swims through the stars at night, and stows away on whaling boat the Plucky Leopard for an adventure full of myths and marvel among the ice-caps. Bestselling author Kiran Millwood Hargrave on Matilda’s first book, The Boy, the Bird and the Coffin Maker: “This luminous tale of loss, love and finding family is threaded through with the power of storytelling, and a touch of magic.”

Product Details

Catalogue number

237 in SCB Offer February 2021

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407184906

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

November 1st, 2018

Other details

  • 320 pages

Condition

New

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