A Cat Called Waverley

By Debi Gliori
Illustrated by Debi Gliori

A poignant and uplifting picture story that introduces socially important topics: homelessness and post traumatic stress disorder – as well as the loyalty and value of pets

Born in a city park, the little cat belongs to no-one, until he is befriended and cared for by Donald, a soldier. When Donald is sent away to fight in a far-off war-zone, the cat waits for him to return, at Edinburgh's Waverley Station. And waits … Travellers and railway staff name him Waverley, and look after him. But he is waiting for Donald. Years go by, until one day at last he hears a voice he knows. Warfare has drastically changed Donald's life, but when the lonely cat and the forgotten man are reunited, their world suddenly seems a brighter and more hopeful place. Set in a real city – Edinburgh – this is a groundbreaking picture story that introduces important social issues of homelessness, post-traumatic stress disorder, and underlines the value of pets.

  • An internationally acclaimed author-illustrator
  • An engaging and memorable story about an endearing little cat
  • Important social issues are introduced in the context of a compelling story

About the author

Debi Gliori is a bestselling Scottish writer and illustrator with an international following. Debi studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art and is an honorary Doctor of Letters of Strathclyde University. She lives in Haddington, near Edinburgh.

ISBN: 9781913074630
Imprint: Otter-Barry Books
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Hardback
Release Date: September 8, 2021
Dimensions: 275 x 240mm, 40pp
Stock Status: Confirmed
Australian RRP: $29.99
New Zealand RRP: $32.99
Stock Level: Out Of Stock

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