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Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape

by Dermot O'Leary (author) and Nick East (illustrator) (UK edition)

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Night has fallen on London, but don’t snooze just yet: a deadly giant cobra is loose! Who will save the city? Don’t panic: here comes a purrfect new heroine – Toto the ninja cat! Toto might be blind, but that’s no problem. In fact, she’s extra-powerful because of it. As a kitten in Italy, she was taught to trust her senses by a ninja cat-master. She’ll strike like a bolt of black-and-white lightning when she detects a threat! So when a poisonous king cobra escapes from London Zoo, can Toto save the day?

  • A delightful caper by broadcaster Dermot O’Leary
  • Dramatic black-and-white illustrations by Nick East
  • Purrfect for sharing aloud or curling up with alone
  • Ideal for fans of Atticus Claw and 101 Dalmatians

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Hodder Children's Books

Date published

September 7th, 2017

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  • 192 pages


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    on 25 February 2018

    I REALY want to read this because it looks SO exiting and mysterious