Author(s): T S Eliot
Macavity's a ginger cat, he's very tall and thin;
You would know him if you saw him, for his eyes are sunken in.
He's ... Uh oh!
Macavity's not there!
Young readers will love searching for Macavity and searching for clues as he carries out his mischief. From the looted larder to the plundered jewel-case, the flaps will reveal a hilarious trail of cat-like destruction, leading delighted readers to The Mystery Cat himself.
To sit alongside classic lift-the-flap books such as Where's Spot? and Dear Zoo.
Young readers will love searching for Macavity, the Mystery Cat in this fun and witty lift the flap book.
Thomas Stearns Eliot was born in St Louis, Missouri in 1888. He joined Lloyds Bank in the City of London in 1917, the year in which he published his first volume, Prufrock and Other Observations. His masterpiece Four Quartets began with 'Burnt Norton' in 1936, continued with 'East Coker' in 1940, 'The Dry Salvages' in 1941 and 'Little Gidding' in 1942. The separate poems were gathered together as one work in 1943. Eliot's writing for the theatre began with the satirical 'Sweeney Agonistes' fragments. Eliot died in January 1965.