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As we come into October, the witching month of Halloween, Bish Bash Books is extremely pleased to announce the launch of its new children’s eBook – Scaredy Cat!
Scaredy Cat is afraid of everything. He’s scared of creepy-crawlies, howling wolves, fairground rides and peas! Scaredy Cat gets so scared, he is even afraid of his own shadow. So who makes Scaredy Cat feel nice and safe? This original read aloud children’s eBook will let you know!

Scaredy Cat is a book that can be read during any time of the year, but it’s especially relevant during spooky Halloween! Kids are easily scared and it’s good to reassure them through good story telling that there really isn’t anything to be scared about!

Scaredy Cat was written and illustrated by Stuart Trotter. Stuart has been a children’s illustrator for over 30 years and has been involved with some famous children’s characters.

Stuart has illustrated for Winnie the Pooh (he’s an accredited Disney Artist). He has also illustrated Postman Pat for Hodder and he is currently the official Rupert the Bear illustrator.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Rupert the Bear, he is a beloved children’s character that originated in the UK in the 1920s. Stuart is the fourth official illustrator of the Rupert Annuals that date back to 1936.

Stuart started his own publishing company, Rockpool Children’s Books, in 2006. During the last 6 years, he has published a number of original children’s books that have been read around the world. Bish Bash Books and Rockpool Children’s Books formed a strategic alliance in August to bring Stuart’s quality children’s books to the world in eBook format. And we are really proud to publish Stuart Trotter’s Scaredy Cat.

So as the nights begin to draw in, the temperatures begin to chill, and the leaves begin to brown and fall, why don’t you cuddle up this Halloween with your little ones and read them a cracking good book.

You can get your copy of Scaredy Cat now for your iPhone or iPad from the iBookstore

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2 Responses to “Here’s Scaredy Cat”

  1. My kids love to read Scaredy Cat stories but haven’t read one for spooky Halloween. They will even love it also.Thanks for this info.

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