A special 30th anniversary edition of the debut of Judith Kerr’s Mog stories. Mog always seems to be in trouble because she is such a very forgetful cat. Mog always seems to be in trouble. She forgets that she has a cat flap and she forgets that she has already eaten her supper. But, one night, Mog’s forgetfulness . Everyone’s favourite forgetful family cat is back!Celebrate the 90th birthday of Judith Kerr OBE with this beautiful hardback celebration edition of the ti.

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A great book for all the family! It’s not so much the story, but the illustrations that mlg back the fuzzy feeling of being five again. In each book Mog gets into a different conundrum with a new character or event. Thanks for signing up! Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Paddington’s Suitcase Michael Bond. Giraffes Can’t Dance Giles Andreae. Mog is in trouble again when she sleeps on top of the television as Mr Thomas wants to watch a fight and then again when she creeps onto Debbie’s bed and licks her hair thus causing Debbie to awaken screaming as she thinks she is having a bad dream.

Mog (Judith Kerr)

Interestingly, Mog is a cat but has a child like mindset. Mr Thomas becomes frustrated with Mogs actions on numerous occasions, Nicky and Debbie however are more caring towards the cat. I like the penultimate picture of Such a delightful story with equally considered, thoughtful drawings. Mog ends up with a gold medal around her neck declaring ‘To Mog for Bravery’. Open Preview See a Problem? Mog reminded me of my first pet cat, and I remember laughing at all Mog’s funny little adventures.


The repetition in the book of “bother that cat” also make it very engaging for key stage one fkrgetful as they enjoy joining in with the forgeftul phrase. I would definately recommend this story to readers of all ages, as it teaches children that animals too have personalities and deserve to be treated with love and affection. Mog the Forgetful Cat By: Jan 17, Stephen Barry rated it really liked it. This book is very suitable for young children, the repition of the phrase ‘bother that cat!

The broadest selection of online bookstores. People who bought this also bought. The illustrations are beautiful and well placed. This is a lovely story that I recently had the pleasure of forgetdul to my year 2 class, we had been doing a cat information booklet for the week in literacy and this book tied in perfectly.

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The story mot mostly funny, with a bit of sadness, and it has a fun twist ending. Retrieved from ” https: Sep 10, Nyla rated it liked it. Lists with This Book. What kind of books do you like to read?

The family are woken up by the loud meow and soon realise who is in the house. Goodbye Mog by Judith Kerr Books”. I believe it is also suited for key stage two as they could look at the reactions of the family after each one of Mogs forgetful acts and do a hotseat forgetcul on what they are feeling at that moment.


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Mog the Forgetful Cat – Judith Kerr – Hardcover

However, when it comes time to go back into the house she forgets she Mog is a very forgetful cat, sometimes her memory loss is genuine, other times it is by design! Spot Goes to the Park Eric Hill. Sep 10, Hannah rated it liked it.

This wakens the household and they go to the kitchen to discover it is a burglar so Mog has saved the day, or even the night! In the Night Garden. Mog on Fox Night Judith Kerr. Mog the Forgetful Cat can be used to teach knowledge retrieval skills, for guided reading or to read to the whole class. Judith Kerr I received this book from my teacher and students as a present, and it is a wonderful book and beautifully written from the well known author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea.

Click here for a list of interest-specific sites grouped by category. And she is always excited when she goes into the garden for she can smell all the smells, chase the birds, climb trees and run around with a big fluffed up tail.