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Fred's Midnight Prowler
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Fred's Midnight Prowler

By Marie-Danielle Croteau, Illustrated by Bruno St-Aubin, Translated by Sarah Cummins

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Series: Formac First Novels

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Fred's cat Rick is behaving very strangely. They're both on vacation, in Vancouver, with Fred's grandmother. Rick is going out all night and when he comes home he doesn't want to play and he's not interested in his food.
Gran, Fred and his two friends decide to follow Rick on his nightly prowl. Fred has to find out who is bewitching his cat.

"Fred is an engaging and likeable child who is sure to make you smile."

- Canadian Materials

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 64 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 2000
ISBN: 9780887805226
Format: 7in x 4.25in
Black and white illustrations

Binding: Hardback, 64 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 2000
ISBN: 9780887805233
Format: 7in x 4.25in
Black and white illustrations

BISAC Code:  JUV002050
Imprint: Formac

Interest age: From 5 To 10

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First Novels

Beginner chapters books for ages 6 to 9

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  • Engaging stories for early readers
  • Award-winning authors and illustrators
  • Chapter book format, with short chapters and amusing b&w illustrations
  • Reading level: grade 2.0-3.0
  • Interest level: ages 6-9

"young readers will appreciate the accessible text, action-filled black-and-white illustrations and discrete chapters that end on suspenseful notes" — Kirkus Reviews

First Novels are humorous, easy-to-read novels that encourage children to begin reading on their own. The series features vibrant, loveable characters, age-appropriate plots and lively illustrations. The books deal with themes kids face every day such as teasing, friendship, competition and multiculturalism.