|“Cat Number 3” entertaining Iranian children||
Atusa Salehi translated the book, which was released by Peydayesh Publications.
Illustrated by Doffy Weir, “Cat Number 3” tells the story of Ernie who loves music and loves his cats. He always counts his cats at dinner time. There is Bert and Whistle, one and two. Then, suddenly one day, they become three!
Sly black cat Jezebel has snuck in and somehow got a share of Bert and Whistle’s food, their home and Ernie’s attention.
Alison Prince is an established author of children’s books and was joint-winner of the Guardian Prize in 1996, sharing it with author Philip Pullman.
The book has been published as the eighth volume in the ten-volume series “Stories for Schoolgirls” published by Peydayesh Publications.
“Pa’s Perfect Pizza” and “Pa’s Poopy Chair” by Niki Daly, “The Wedding Present” by Adele Geras and “Matty Mouse” by Jenny Nimmo are some of the books that have been translated and published for the collection.
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