Prowlpuss

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Prowlpuss

Prowlpuss Prowlpuss is a tough rough gruff cat an out on the town cat And where is Prowlpuss off to tonight Who is he wooing with his hullabalooing There s a tiny white star cat a twinkle afar cat high up

  • Title: Prowlpuss
  • Author: Gina Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780763602871
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Paperback
  • Prowlpuss is a tough, rough, gruff cat, an out on the town cat And where is Prowlpuss off to tonight Who is he wooing with his hullabalooing There s a tiny white star cat, a twinkle afar cat, high up in a tree where no one can get her not even powerful Prowlpuss with all his howling and yowling With rolling rhymes and bold paintings, Gina Wilson and David Parkins cProwlpuss is a tough, rough, gruff cat, an out on the town cat And where is Prowlpuss off to tonight Who is he wooing with his hullabalooing There s a tiny white star cat, a twinkle afar cat, high up in a tree where no one can get her not even powerful Prowlpuss with all his howling and yowling With rolling rhymes and bold paintings, Gina Wilson and David Parkins create a rugged, raucous tomcat that readers won t soon forget.

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    One thought on “Prowlpuss

    1. l. on said:

      The back cover tells me it's about the yearning one has for the unattainable. I say that this children's cat book is weirdly heteronormative lmao

    2. Karin on said:

      When Prowlpuss the tomcat roams the streets, he’s judged everywhere he goes. People think he’s a rough and gruff street cat, missing one ear and one eye. No one knows why he yells and growls at night. So they shun him and yell at him from their windows. But is Prowlpuss really who they think he is? I love the way this book shows another side of someone who is judged on their appearance, and a misunderstanding of their actions. Prowlpuss could very well be any of us. As readers we see Prowlpu [...]

    3. Joolissa on said:

      A cute rhyming story with decent illustrations, but its rhymes and story left me a bit "meh" and wishing for something more. I wish there had been more about the white twinkle kitty, she was my favorite illustration. Overall it's a decent and somewhat scallywagish read, but it isn't leaping onto the shelves of my collection.

    4. K on said:

      I would recommend this one only to very young audiences (grades K-2). The pictures are very dark -- understandable since it's about a tomcat's night about town, but the real issue to be perfectly honest, is that any older audience will read half the book as double entendres. Beware.

    5. Amy Barrett on said:

      A lovely story with great use of rhyme and phrasing. Beautiful illustration which could introduce children to shade and tones of colours. A good book for KS1, year one class.Good to read aloud to a class and even use as a drama piece having a whole class acting like a Prowlpuss.

    6. Louise (A Strong Belief in Wicker) on said:

      Prowlpuss is Fantastic! And so is the book. Prowlpuss is your average alley cat, big, mean, one ear and one eye missing who trawls the streets looking for trouble all night. He's one tough cat, or is he? Wonderful, dark illustrations make this a highly memorable book.

    7. Yvette on said:

      This is my kind of cat! The storyline is great, and my children love the graphics (especially the white cat that Prowlpuss is "yowling for"). It stops just short of five stars because, although I love the rhythm of the book, sometimes in the book the rhythm seems to stop short.

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