Ottoline and the yellow cat pdf
Children's Books - Reviews - Ottoline and the Yellow Cat | BfK No.So she and Mr Munroe set off to find out. Ottoline lived in apartment of The Pepperpot Building. She lived with Mr Munroe, as her parents were always away, travelling. Such as- cleaners, light bulb changers, cooks, bathroom suppliers, cloths folding, pillow plumping, bed makers and door handle shiners It was all a very jolly place!! Mr Munroe had climbed the fire escape, to the roof of The Pepperpot Building. I love this book, it is great!!
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Ottoline and the Yellow Cat – Chris Riddell. Reviewed by Mango Bubbles Boy (9)
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Ottoline and the Yellow Cat is a children's book by Chris Riddell , published in Ottoline Brown Ottoline Brown is the main protagonist of the Ottoline series. Ottoline's parents go on trips to other countries, leaving Mr Munroe to care for her. It is hinted that Ottoline's parents were coming back from their trips to see her. She likes writing in her notebook and splashing in puddles. She is also interested in solving mysteries and keeping collections like her Odd Shoe Collection and her Postcard Collection. Ottoline has a diploma in disguising from a school named Who R U.
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Sign up for our newsletters! A bit like Pippi Longstocking, Ottoline Brown is left alone while her parents are off on their own adventures. Actually she is not alone but tended to by Mr. Munroe, a mysterious creature rescued from a Norwegian bog. Her apartment on the 24th floor of the P. Huffledinck Tower also known as the Pepperpot Building is cared for by a team of housekeepers, leaving young Ottoline free to pursue her interests: splashing in puddles and working out tricky problems.