Written in 1914 by Beatrix Potter, The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots will be published just in time for the author's would-be 150th birthday.
When one serious, well-behaved young black cat named Miss Catherine St. Quintin - or Kitty for short - decides to go a-hunting, she gets much more of an adventure than she had anticipated. In a tale dotted with familiar faces from Beatrix Potter's other classic tales, such as Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and Mr. Toad, Miss Kitty quickly finds that hunting is dangerous as she goes from predator to prey.
"This previously unpublished story by Beatrix Potter, released on the 150th anniversary of her birth, is well served by the wry, unhurried narration of Dame Helen Mirren. Mirren captures all of the subtle humor as Kitty embarks on her nocturnal hunting adventures. Mirren's rich, melodious voice embodies not only sly Kitty but also the various other characters." (AudioFile)
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