Crazy About Cats (About Animals) (Hardcover)

By Owen Davey

Flying Eye Books, 9781911171164, 40pp.

Publication Date: September 5, 2017

List Price: 19.95*
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Description

Did you know that the fishing cat has partially webbed paws for catching fish? Or that pumas can leap over 15 feet into trees? There are roughly 38 species of cats today, each one superbly adapted to their environment - whether that be in the rainforest or the desert!

This captivating and stunningly illustrated guide will teach you everything you need to know about our feline friends.


About the Author

Owen Davey is a freelance illustrator, living and working out of Leicester, UK. He graduated with a First Class Degree in Illustration from Falmouth University and his work has since been published in every continent except Antarctica, including picture books in UK, America, Australia, Germany, France, Portugal, China & Korea. He has also worked for some impressive clients including the New York Times, Microsoft and Orange.


Praise For Crazy About Cats (About Animals)

"There’s a lot going on here, and all of it good."
Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW

"A compendium of fascinating facts, bold images and unabashed puns, […] this superb non-fiction treat boasts a perfect balance of information, humour and graphic-style illustration."
The Guardian

"This is a book for a huge range of ages.  Stylistic and graphic prints entice readers as they yearn to learn more about this vast range of felines we find sometimes right in our own houses!  Davey covers cat mythology, conservation efforts, and has a handy list of every cat featured in the book."
The Tiny Activist

“These books are a perfect choice for any kids interests about Nature, Wild Animals, Insects, etc.! They are fun and interactive, a great combination of basic descriptions as wells as facts about them from all around the world! The information is presented in a very fresh and innovative way. The wording and illustrations are a good balance to support learning.”
 —Tales of Kids