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  • Managing to be both hilarious and poignant, The Cat Mummy is another sure-fire hit

    The Scotsman
  • Jacqueline Wilson writes so well about death and bereavement . . . Wilson does it again - economically and entertainingly embracing life's highs and lows

  • For those aged eight and over you couldn't do better than The Cat Mummy by Jacqueline Wilson, the funny, touching tale of Verity whose mum died the day she was born and who doesn't realise how much she loves her do-nothing cat until Mabel disappears. As always, Wilson hits every button

    Express on Sunday
  • The loss of a loved one is dealt with lightly and gently

    Financial Times
  • A touching and sad situation that is dealt with with a light touch that never trivialises the emotions portrayed

    The Bookseller

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