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About the Author: Lauren Child

Lauren Child grew up in Wiltshire as the middle child of three sisters and the daughter of two teachers She has always been interested in the many aspects of childhood, from gazing into toy shop windows to watching American children s shows from the 1960s After attending two Art Schools, where Lauren admits that she did not learn much, she travelled for six months, still unsure about which career to embark upon Before Lauren starting writing and illustrating children s books she started her own company Chandeliers for the People making exotic, elegant lampshades It was only when she came to write and illustrate the book Clarice Bean, That s Me that she decided to devote her time to writing and illustrating books for children, which combines her fascination for childhood and her talent for designing and creating Lauren gets her inspiration from other people s conversations or from seeing something funny happen Lauren lives in North London.



10 thoughts on “Verflixter Ratz

  1. says:

    Aww Don t let your tears get jerked until the end, though, as some of the text is obscured by the pictures and you don t want to miss any of it Not part of any of her series a stand alone story But it could be paired with her


  2. says:

    Another one that requires a funny voice Plus you have to wrinkle your little ratty nose when you read Oh, come on, it ll be fun.


  3. says:

    The pesky rat introduces himself by telling us how cute he is, that he lives in dustbin number 3, Grubby Alley, and that every now and again he returns home to find that someone has emptied all his belongings into a big van and driven off with them Not surprisingly he finds this very upsetting.He is known as the pesky rat because people say that he smells but he tells us that it is not his fault, it s the dirt He admits that he would love to have a name rather than that pesky rat and tha The pesky rat introduces himself by telling us how cute he is, that he lives in dustbin number 3, Grubby Alley, and that every now and again he returns home to find that someone has emptied all his belongings into a big van and driven off with them Not surprisingly he finds this very upsetting.He is known as the pesky rat because people say that he smells but he tells us that it is not his fault, it s the dirt He admits that he would love to have a name rather than that pesky rat and that he would like to belong to someone, to be an actual pet.He has a friend, Pierre, who is a chinchilla and who has a very glamorous life because he is looked after by Madame Fifi, living in the lap of luxury in a fashionable apartment When he visits he sits on a cushion but Madame Fifi does shampoo him once a week but he does not like having baths he says, I am allergic to soap.He also has a friend Oscar, who is a Siamese cat and who lives with Mr Washington, a business man who is always at work and therefore does not have time to wash fur or be strict Pesky says that if he lived there he would be able to do whatever he liked Oscar tells him that he gets his own supper, I m quite good in the kitchen, he says, but that he gets bored watching the same old shows on television And he hates to get bored, he says.A lop eared rabbit, Nibbles, that Pesky knows works in a circus with Mr Hoopla and has an exciting life, swinging on the trapeze and tip toeing on the high wire Pesky says he would love to do that But Nibbles tells him that hopping through hoops in a tutu and wearing a clown s nose can get quite tiring Pesky thinks about this and decides that the circus life might be all a bit nerve wracking for me.He dreams about being owned by Miss StClair, who has a Scottie dog named Andrew and who enjoys just sitting by the fire, having supper on a tray and doing puzzles with Scottie in the evenings Andrew tells Pesky that he feels very well looked after and that he enjoys going shopping with Miss StClair when he wears a matching coat to her Pesky feels that clothes would not suit him but even so he would still like to be somebody s pet The following morning he goes to the pet shop and asks owner Miss Trill if she has an owner who might want him She tells him that there is not much call for brown rats and after Pesky tells her that he is good company, will eat anything and is always popping up when least expected, she tells him that a notice in her window might attract an owner.In paw nice pun Lauren writing, Pesky puts a notice in the shop window and waits, and waits and waits until Mr Fortescue spots the notice and, even though he has such bad eyesight, he manages to read it and says, I ll take him Mrs Trill is so surprised she asks, Are you sure Oh yes, I ve been looking for a brown cat as nice as this one for ages, replies Mr Fortescue Pesky and Mrs Trill look at each other perplexed but neither say a word.So Pesky has an owner he just loves being a pet and he is very helpful around the house and is always there when Mr Fortescue comes home and he doesn t even bother if he has to wear a little jumper Mr Fortescue regularly says, Well, Tiddles, who s a pretty kittycat And Pesky squeaks, I am Everybody is happy in this rather touching, and well illustrated in the usual charming Lauren Child fashion, story


  4. says:

    That Pesky Rat is a book that demands to be read aloud to do all of the voices of the characters and Lauren Child s illustrations are wonderful On the surface it is a story of a rat that finds his way to a new home, which is the level that it would be on for children, but if you scratch the surface, you can see there isto it than that.This book made me think about the way humans view certain animals Why is it that we will allow a possibly flee ridden cat or dog into our homes but are That Pesky Rat is a book that demands to be read aloud to do all of the voices of the characters and Lauren Child s illustrations are wonderful On the surface it is a story of a rat that finds his way to a new home, which is the level that it would be on for children, but if you scratch the surface, you can see there isto it than that.This book made me think about the way humans view certain animals Why is it that we will allow a possibly flee ridden cat or dog into our homes but are completely repulsed by the idea of a pet rat It is only when a semi blind man turns up at the pet shop and believes the rat is a cat that the pesky rat is able to have a happy, demonstrating that sometimes love is blind


  5. says:

    I love this book It s so funny and also love the illustrations Reminds me of Cannonball Simp.


  6. says:

    I really loved this book and the illustrations and the humour Lauren Child writes some lovely children s books and I think this is one KS2 children would enjoy too.


  7. says:

    This is the story of a rat who longs to be a pet and have a real name, instead of That Pesky Rat He has many friends who are pets and although each one points out the pitfalls of being a pet weekly baths, embarrassing sweaters , the rat is still determined to be a pet At the pet store he puts up an ad in the window The rat s dreams are fulfilled when old and very blind Mr Fortesque adopts him as a pet and gives him a name So what if Mr Fortesque thinks he s a cat and names him Tiddles This is the story of a rat who longs to be a pet and have a real name, instead of That Pesky Rat He has many friends who are pets and although each one points out the pitfalls of being a pet weekly baths, embarrassing sweaters , the rat is still determined to be a pet At the pet store he puts up an ad in the window The rat s dreams are fulfilled when old and very blind Mr Fortesque adopts him as a pet and gives him a name So what if Mr Fortesque thinks he s a cat and names him Tiddles The illustrations are done in Child s signature collage style, with lots of bold colors and prints The text is humorous and written from the rat s perspective The words zig and zag all over the pages, adding another exciting element to the book Full Review at Picture Book a Day


  8. says:

    This book always makes me want to cry when I read it It s the touching tale of a brown rat who lives in a dustbin and sleeps in a crisp packet All he wants is to have an owner and a name He has lots of friends who have owners, so he decides to put an advert in the pet shop window for an owner of his own.Written in Lauren Child s trademark beautiful style and with her perfect collage illustrations, this was a deserved winner of the Smarties Award and runner up for the Kate Greenaway Medal.And This book always makes me want to cry when I read it It s the touching tale of a brown rat who lives in a dustbin and sleeps in a crisp packet All he wants is to have an owner and a name He has lots of friends who have owners, so he decides to put an advert in the pet shop window for an owner of his own.Written in Lauren Child s trademark beautiful style and with her perfect collage illustrations, this was a deserved winner of the Smarties Award and runner up for the Kate Greenaway Medal.And the brown rat gets a happily ever after ending Yay He ends up with a name and an owner


  9. says:

    This is a touching story about a rat in search for a home All the rat wants is to be a pet He speaks to many other animals who have owners and finds it difficult to find someone to choose him Eventaully he is choosen and the rat is no longer refered to as a pesky rat and for the first has a name He helps his new owner in whatever way he can Illustrations are modern and eye catching in Lauren Child s story of searching for belonging.


  10. says:

    My two and half year old really liked this book so we read it many times I thinks it s funny and I love the pictures It s also a little unconventional because there is a little white lie at the end.


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