Doodle Cat Wears a Cape

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9.2 X 9.2 X 0.4 inches | 0.75 pounds

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About the Author

Kat Patrick recently realised they never actually grew up, and so they've been trying to make a living as a writer ever since. Originally from the UK, they have written their way around the world, and after stints in New Zealand, Australia, Iceland, Paris, and Patagonia, are now based in Glasgow.

Lauren Farrell is, above all other things, a doodler. There was never any questioning her career path. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Design, Majoring in Illustration, she has made a successful living of doodling. Endlessly.


"Patrick's adorable, perky red cat is the perfect powered, positive puss. Farrell's simple, bold, and bright illustrations support and extend the cheeky, positive attitude...Sure to brighten anyone's day if they're feeling down--or superpowerless."
--Kirkus Reviews

"With a tea towel for a cape, a striking red feline named Doodle Cat shows off 'cool superpowers'...Bold, sketchlike illustrations accompany Doodle Cat's childlike first-person narration, and goofy scenes of the happy companions suggest that friendship, replete with costume, is the ultimate superpower."
--Publishers Weekly

"This exuberant, zany book full of giggles is also a warm-hearted story about friendship. Fans of the first Doodle Cat book, with its delightfully odd cast of characters, will love this new story just as much - its expressive illustration and unusual language is original and fun, and young readers will warm to the characters instantly."
--Book Trust

Praise for Doodle Cat is Bored

"A beautiful, funny, imaginative tale about being bored, and finding ways to entertain yourself. Guaranteed to make children of all ages smile."
--Australian Mother & Baby

Praise for I Am Doodle Cat

"This uplifting read is a great way to teach your little ones to love and appreciate everything they enjoy about life, from small things to big things alike."
--Practical Parenting

"Funny, easy to read, lovely to look at, and just great for committing to memory, helping to develop emergent reader's skills."
--Early Years Educator