Joyce Dunbar and Petr Horáček
Meet Mister Boo, a mischievous moggy that loves to tease, not least Rosie when he pops his head out from the box on arrival at her home.
Surprises are his special thing: he alarms the mice, flips the goldfish from their bowl,
and come spring there’s no stopping him. He frightens the baby birds as they learn to fly,
terrifies the baby rabbits and the owl fledglings with his springtime joie de vivre.
Time passes and one morning awoken late by birdsong, Mister Boo finds that despite it being spring, he no longer feels that spring in himself. Equally upsetting is the fact that the other animals either ignore him or show him little interest other than the mother owl that lets him know what she thinks.
Feeling decidedly downhearted Mister Boo creeps back home where he’s greeted by a joyful Rosie who has a surprise in store.
Can this restore his spirits? He’ll assuredly need to accept some changes in the home …
Told through Joyce’s chatty text with its lively, playful language and Petr’s distinctive, brilliantly expressive scenes of the ups and downs of the titular character this will delight young listeners and adult sharers alike, especially those with a particular penchant for prankish cats.