The Diary of a Killer Cat (The Killer Cat Series Book 1)
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Therefore if anybody is grieving or particularly fond of animals it is possible they could find it distressing, thus may need to be considered. The narrative is lively and humorous and children of 7 and over who are not necessarily wholly confident readers will find it easily accessible. Moreover, the children could then create their own comic strip of events, either of the story presented in the book, or of their own one.
The Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine Group and guided reading
Seven of these she describes as black - or sour - comedies, and the first, THE KILLJOY, simply as "dead black". Throughout the twists and turns of the cats cheeky comments and actions I had a smile on my face, and I believe that children would thoroughly enjoy reading this book also. And well, for me personally (and as someone who is increasingly aware of the fact that domestic cats are an invasive species and can be a major threat to and for birds), permitting pet felines to be outside cats or even both outside and inside cats is (at least for me) totally unacceptable and also environmentally problematic behaviour and that at the very least, there should be in The Diary of a Killer Cat more attempts being made to keep Tuffy inside, with me also thinking that Anne Fine as an author and as a person probably seems to think that outside cats are acceptable (with which I beg to differ and that this kind of even makes me, makes my adult self see a bit proverbially red regarding The Diary of a Killer Cat, and that my five star rating for my inner child is lowered to only three stars when my adult reading self thinks about Tuffy being continuously outside in The Diary of a Killer Cat and this all being pretty much considered tolerably unproblematic by Anne Fine).
Many Hamilton units come with interactive Grammar Presentations integrated into the overall teaching and textual context.
The Killer Cat Series by Anne Fine - Goodreads The Killer Cat Series by Anne Fine - Goodreads
The familiar settings of the book causes readers to consider what their own cat (pet) is thinking about their family, and what they could potentially get up to when they go off into the garden and beyond.My dad used to read me Anne Fine’s books when I was younger, and the killer cat books were my absolute favourites!
Diary of a Killer Cat - Anne Fine - Google Books The Diary of a Killer Cat - Anne Fine - Google Books
On Monday Tuffy brings home a dead bird and his family are horrified but Tuffy doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. It's perhaps not surprising that Anne has openly expressed astonishment at the fact that murder in the domestic setting is not even more common. I understand that some readers may not like him but as a cat owner I agree with Tuffy he is only doing what comes naturally to him.Each day “killer” Tuffy brings another dead animal which terrifies young Ellie and angers Ellie’s father so much he nails the cat flap shut.