This title contains super stories starring the irrepressible Kitty!Kitty is a girl with something to say. Whether she's rushing around looking for her lost shoe, refusing to tidy her room, or wanting to stay up late, she makes sure everyone knows how she feels. But she discovers that she's not always right. And sometimes - just sometimes - it's good to listen to Mum and Dad. But not for long. After all, she wouldn't be Kitty if she did!This is a bumper collection of stories about a little girl with big opinions.
Bel Mooney was born in Liverpool. When she left school she went to University College London, and in 1969 gained a first class honours degree in English Language and Literature. She is now a Fellow of UCL and in 1998 was awarded a D.Litt from Bath University. When she graduated she began as a feature writer for the legendary magazine Nova, then other national magazines and newspapers, including the New Statesman under the editorship of Anthony Howard. She has been a columnist for (variously) the Daily Express, Daily Mirror, The Times, Sunday Times and The Listener - too many to list. She is also the author of 11 Kitty books. The first one was written because her daughter Kitty wanted a story 'for her'. Bel lives in Bath.