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The Very Important Idea by Emma Dodson

The Very Important Idea

by Emma Dodson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340878088, Hardcover)

Rat has various ideas about how to transform a plain old sock into something special. But his new boss, Mr. Fat Cat, is not at all impressed. From the creator of Badly Drawn Dog, this amusing picture book tells the story of a rat and a cat and explores the nature of ideas. A good idea for a cat is not necessarily the same thing as a good idea for a rat—as Rat discovers not long after being employed by Mr. Fat Cat.

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"Rat has various ideas about how to transform a plain old sock into something special. But his new boss, Mr Fat Cat, is not impressed!" "What ideas have YOU had today?"--Back cover.

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