Ruffles and the Teeny, Tiny Kittens (Hardcover)

Ruffles and the Teeny, Tiny Kittens By David Melling, David Melling (Illustrator) Cover Image

Ruffles and the Teeny, Tiny Kittens (Hardcover)

By David Melling, David Melling (Illustrator)

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Join Ruffles as he faces the trials and tribulations of preschool life in this bright picture book series from award-winning author and illustrator David Melling.

As Ruffles learns about the world around him, he discovers there are lots of things he likes . . . and some things he doesn’t! He loves scratching, digging, and chewing, but he does not like the teeny, tiny kittens. No, no, no, no, NO! They pounce and purr and snore and chase and poop! Worst of all, they want to play with Ruffles’s blue blanket, and Ruffles doesn’t want to share. But the teeny, tiny kittens don’t understand, and there’s trouble when the blue blanket is accidentally ripped. Luckily, Ruffles’s new feline friends show him how sharing together is the very best way to make friends and play.
David Melling grew up in London with various siblings and a selection of animals, including a dog. It took him a while to decide what he wanted to do, but he never stopped drawing. He worked as a cel renderer and background artist in several animation studios before he began illustrating children’s books. His work includes Ruffles and the Red, Red Coat, the Hugless Douglas series, and The Kiss That Missed, which was short-listed for the Kate Greenaway Medal. To date he has created around 150 books in over thirty languages. David Melling lives in Oxfordshire, England, with his wife and two children.
Product Details ISBN: 9781536227468
ISBN-10: 1536227463
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Publication Date: October 4th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
Melling’s second outing with Ruffles is as charming as the first. The white pup with a big gray circle around his eye is as expressive as ever, and he is joined by an adorable cadre of kitties. . . . A sweet, funny lesson in interspecies friendship and sharing.
—Kirkus Reviews