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Rigatoni the Pasta Cat & Hampstead the Hamster
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
Rigatoni the Pasta Cat & Hampstead the Hamster
Written by:
Michael Rosen 
Read by:
Michael Rosen 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
1 hours 7 minutes 
Published:
April 07 2022 
Available Date:
April 07 2022 
Age Category:
Children (5+) 
ISBN:
9781038600936 
Genres:
Fiction; Animals; Children; Children's Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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A pair of charming and funny stories from award-winning and bestselling author, Michael Rosen and illustrated by bestselling illustrator, Tony Ross.

Rigatoni the Pasta Cat Rigatoni is a cat that loves pasta. He loves it so much, he eats it every day. But when his owners have to go away, they leave someone else in charge of dinner. Rigatoni doesn’t get any pasta to eat at all, just yucky cat food. Can Rigatoni find someone who will serve him a little bowl of spaghetti? Hampstead the Hamster Christmas is coming, and what Leo wants more than anything in the world is a pet hamster. And guess what? He gets one on Christmas morning! Leo names his new pet Hampstead, after an autocorrect mistake on his wishlist. Everything is great, that is, until Leo realises that Hampstead is down in the dumps. What can Leo do to cheer Hampstead up?

'Everyone who has ever had a pet will love this funny and charming story.'
Lovereading

'Funny family adventure. Brilliant for emerging readers, and tells a satisfying story.' (on Don't Forget Tiggs!)
The Bookseller

'Rosen's hilarious text sits perfectly here with Ross's scratchy style in this cracking little book that joins two superstars of children's literature … A perfect example of how even an early reader book could become a family favourite.' (on Choosing Crumble)
Guardian