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The case of the marmalade cat

James Heneghan

The case of the marmalade cat

an O"Brien Detectuve Agency mystery

by James Heneghan

  • 15 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic Canada in Richmond Hill, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language arts.,
  • English language -- Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Readers (Elementary),
  • Young adult fiction -- Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Cats -- Juvenile fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Miss Parsnip has asked the O"Brien Detective Agency to find her missing cat, and Clarice O"Brien is eager to take the case. But it looks like the case of the marmalade cat isn"t the only mystery around. Clarice"s best friend Sadie thinks Miss Parsnip looks and acts an awful lot like a witch ... and their new partner, Brick, can walk on fences, climb on roofs, and talk in cat language.

    Edition Notes

    StatementJames Heneghan ; cover by Carol Wakefield.
    SeriesLiteracy place -- Gr. 4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination86 p. ;
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18957541M
    ISBN 100590738240
    OCLC/WorldCa22956511

    For anyone who doesn't know about Orlando the Marmalade Cat, the stories hearken back to a different era, post WWII Britain. The stories are charming and well drawn with plenty in each book for young and old to enjoy. The characters in the book are so kind and courteous to one s: The little marmalade cat book Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! No_Favorite.

    The book is an appropriate gift for young children and will be a favorite with the children and with parents who read aloud. At age 50 I got a marmalade cat, and you can be sure his name is Orlando! A french poodle answers an add to be a pet for a cat family. Published by User, 20 years ago. On our shelves sits an original edition of Orlando (The Marmalade Cat) His Silver Wedding, and the illustrations in this Artlog post are from that book. I've posted them at a high resolution so that you can click on them to better appreciate the artist's masterful technique of .

      Hale affectionately caricatured Lett-Haines as the ‘Katnapper’ in the Orlando (The Marmalade Cat) His Silver Wedding. (See above.) (See above.) So popular were the books that in a ballet, Orlando’s Silver Wedding, for which Hale designed the sets and costumes, was commissioned to celebrate The Festival of Britain. Keurig verpakt. Kathleen Hale, the illustrator and creator of Orlando, the Marmalade Cat, has died aged There were 16 Orlando books, beginning with A Camping Holiday of Colour-starved children of the war years were enchanted by the amiably optimistic, fatherly cat hero, with a coat striped like marmalade and eyes as green as gooseberries.


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The case of the marmalade cat by James Heneghan Download PDF EPUB FB2

But it looks like the case of the marmalade cat isn't the only mystery around. Clarice's best friend Sadie thinks Miss Parsnip looks and acts an awful lot like a witch and their new partner, Brick, can walk on fences, climb on roofs, and talk in c/5(2).

The Case of the Marmalade Cat [Heneghan, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Case of the Marmalade Cat. Scholastic Canada, - Cats - 86 pages 0 Reviews Miss Parsnip has asked the O'Brien Detective Agency to find her missing cat, and Clarice O'Brien is eager to take the case.

But it looks like the. The case of the marmalade cat. [James Heneghan] -- Miss Parsnip has asked the O'Brien Detective Agency to find her missing cat, and Clarice O'Brien is eager to take the case.

But it looks like the case of the marmalade cat isn't the only mystery. THE CASE OF THE MARMALADE CAT. James Heneghan. Richmond Hill, ON: Scholastic Canada, 86pp., paper, $ ISBN CIP. Grades / Ages Reviewed by David H.

Elias. Volume 19 Number 4 September. Folio; hbk; covers of book are rubbed at edges, and worn at corners; internally it is very good - no handwriting or pen/pencil marks at all. A hint of page discolouration, but generally a Vg- copy; due to the size of the large size of the book, only part of the cover can be shown in the scan.

; Orlando the Marmalde Cat; Folio 13" - 23" tall. All written and illustrated by Kathleen Hale and published by Jonathan Cape. These are reprints, (first issue was in a smaller format), but are in an excellent condition. 1) Orlando (The Marmalade Cat) Keeps a Dog.

(First issue in this format - first published ). Orlando the Marmalade Cat and his lovely wife Grace take their three kittens, Pansy, Blanche & Tinkle, to the seaside.

They stay in an old ship with their friend Vulcan the horse and his family. In between seaside adventures, they manage to rescue an African queen and her people. Wry humor and great language, detailed and funny illustrations/5(5). Orlando (The Marmalade Cat) is the fictional eponymous hero of the series (of the same name) of 19 illustrated children's books written by Kathleen Hale between andissued by various publishers including Country Life and Puffin Picture Books.

The series involves a marmalade cat (most likely a ginger tabby) named Orlando, and his adventures with his family and wife named Grace. Orlando and the Three Graces (Orlando the Marmalade Cat) by Kathleen Hale (June 1, ).

The Little Marmalade Cat Book book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I don't think this will actually be the case, but that doesn't mean I don't love cats. This was a nice little book about ginger or 'marmalade' cats /5(4).

Sometimes, when Marmalade is feeling peckish and wants a snack, he will sit by the sunny window, reading his newspaper (The Daily Purr, and yes, cats can read - it's a common myth that they don't). And, as well as all this, Marmalade is probably the laziest cat in the World too.

He's so lazy that sometimes, he won't even get out of bed. Written in the voices of the two main animal characters, Mr. Marmee, an orange marmalade cat, and Mr. Happy (a miniature tan and black dachshund), this is a charming book.

It takes place in Victorian London and follows the lead of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson/5(23). In this book, Orlando mistakenly ends up on a steamship bound for France. Once on board, he decides he might as well enjoy himself and he spends a night in Paris, being the lad-about-town and even dancing with a can-can girl!/5(4).

The color of the average marmalade cat can vary greatly, from very pale yellow to very deep reddish orange, as these cats may be solid orange in color, or may have patches of white on the feet, tail, abdomen, or legs. Orange tabbies are considered marmalade cats.

One of the most common types of marmalade cat is the mackerel-patterned marmalade cat. All written and illustrated by Kathleen Hale and published by Jonathan Cape.

These are reprints, (first issue was in a smaller format), but are in an excellent condition. 1) Orlando (The Marmalade Cat) Keeps a Dog. (First issue in this format - first published ). Laminated boards, as issued. Almost as new condition - a touch of handling all over.

32 pages. 2) Orlando (The Marmalade. Young David Wood—one of three siblings along with an insuppressible dog, Paul Small, who yips and yowls throughout— inherits a house in the backwoods which proves anything but healthy as all outdoors: there's the legend of the marmalade cat which means trouble; a hidden attic room; rattlers (snakes) all around; and the mute Cora Bean who comes to cook for them and gives cryptic answers to.

Orlando The Marmalade Cat - A Camping Holiday. Following her marriage in and the subsequent birth of her children,Kathleen Hale began to invent stories to relate to the children which were all about her marmalade cat, her first book of Orlando's adventures, Orlando the Marmalade Cat - A Camping Holiday, was published by Country Life and it became an immediate success.

Kathleen Hale OBE (24 May – 26 January ) was a British artist, illustrator, and children's author. She is best remembered for her series of books about Orlando the Marmalade Cat.

But it looks like the case of the marmalade cat isn't the only mystery around. Clarice's best friends Sadie thinks Miss Parsnip looks and acts an awful lot like a witch and their new partner, Brick, can walk on Author: James Heneghan.

Winston and the Marmalade Cat is the first in a brand-new series from award-winning author Megan Rix! Full of adventure, fascinating history and super-cute animals, this series is perfect for year old readers and fans of Dick King-Smith and Michael Morpurgo. Nine-year-old Harry is desperate for a pet of his own but working at the local animal rescue centre is the next best thing.

One day.Get this from a library! The mystery of the marmalade cat. [Janet Rogers Howe; Clay Blaker] -- Three children turn detective to investigate the rumor that the newly inherited family home in Massachusetts is cursed by yellow cats.

Orlando the Marmalade Cat: A Seaside Holiday Kathleen Hale. out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ Orlando's Camping Holiday (Orlando the Marmalade Cat) Kathleen Hale.

out of 5 stars Hardcover. 14 offers from $ Orlando's Home Life (Orlando the Marmalade Cat Reviews: 9.