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When Mr Moggins didn't return home from his day's fishing his small son, Tiger Tom, set out to look for him . . . and so began an enthralling adventure.

This fast-moving tale of stolen sapphires, terrifying owls, underground tunnels and wicked robber cats is brought vividly to life by Shirley Barber's stunning artwork.
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Shirley Barber grew up in the Channel Islands, where she gained her lifelong love of nature and painting. A third generation artist, she always dreamed of writing and illustrating children's books. But this dream did not come true until she had moved to Australia and her children had grown up.

Her first picture book Martha B. Rabbit - The Fairies' Cook was published by The Five Mile Press in 1988,
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