The Little Book of Cats

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Brigitte Bulard-Cordeau

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Editions du Chêne
Territory: World excluding France
Size: 150 mm x 100 mm
Pages: 176
Illustrations: 80 colour
Name of series: The Little Book of...

RRP £10.95

  • Man's other best friend are the stars of this little book, which will teach you everything you have ever wondered about cats
  • The latest instalment in a series of pocket-sized guides
  • Full of fun facts, interesting stories and stunning pictures, this book will appeal to cat lovers worldwide

When was the cat domesticated? What are the different breeds of exotic shorthair? How can a dog and a cat get along? When were cat breeds invented? What are the most beautiful cat stories in literature? Why was the cat associated with the Devil during the Middle Ages? What are the characteristics of a Siamese cat? This richly illustrated little book answers every question you could imagine about the history, behaviour, psychology and care and treatment of cats.

Also available:
The Little Books of New York ISBN 9782812315329
The Little Book of Paris ISBN 9782812313318
The Little Books of Birds ISBN 9782812316364

Brigitte Bulard-Cordeau lives in Paris. She is a member of the Journalists-Writers for Nature and Ecology, and has written more than 40 books for adults and children, published in many languages. These include four Enchanted Grimoires and the My Beautiful Cat Stories published by Le Chêne.

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