Author(s): Pip Jones
Oh yippee! Young Ava is very excited To see Nana Dot (who's rather short-sighted). Nan's fun! And she's funny! And if that's not enough, Can Ava's Mad Nana SEE Squishy McFluff? Ava and Squishy are up to their normal no-good when Dad whisks them off to Nana Dot's - Mum's got to go to the hospital to bring back Ava a baby sister! But Mad Nana Dot's lost her glasses so can't SEE Squishy McFluff ...and a trip to the hairdresser's, the post office, the fishmonger all end in adorable disaster. Told in full colour throughout, this is the perfect stepping stone from picture books to older fiction.
The third in the brilliant new series for 4-6-year-old readers about Ava and her imaginary cat, in hilarious rhyming text with adorable illustrations.
Pip Jones lives in East London with her partner, her two daughters and a real invisible cat (it doesn't catch mice, but it doesn't need a litter tray either, so there are pros and cons). She writes a lot. She even owns a writing cloak! And she spends days on end working out how to get good rhymes, such as 'snuffle' and 'kerfuffle', into stories. Pip won the inaugural Greenhouse Funny Prize in 2012 with Squishy McFluff, The Invisible Cat, her first book.