Rooftop Cat

Book 2

From the Series Miss Annie

  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 4
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

Miss Annie is just a kitten, but she loves having adventures on the rooftops outside her home. When a gang of dangerous alley cats invade her street, Miss Annie will have to prove her bravery and determination…and her loyalty to her very best friend, a mouse. Can one little cat stand on her own?

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Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 4
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Graphic Novels
Copyright 2012
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Graphic Universe ™
Language English
Number of Pages 48
Publication Date 2014-08-01
Reading Counts! Level 1.7
Text Type Fiction
BISACS JUV008000, JUV002050
Dewey 741.5'973
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 6.625 x 9.25
Lexile 550
Guided Reading Level O
ATOS Reading Level 2.1
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 149015
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
Features Original artwork and Reviewed

Author: Frank Le Gall

Born in Rouen in France, award-winning writer Frank Le Gall published his first works at the age of sixteen. Since then Le Gall has continued writing graphic novel adventures, occasionally taking a break for animation and short stories.

Illustrator: Flore Balthazar

Born in 1981 in La Louvière, Belgium, Flore Balthazar decided at the age of nine that she would become a cartoonist, after reading Hergé's Tintin and other comics at the local library across the street from her house. She soon realized that her art would not look exactly like Tintin, and developed her own self-taught style. She eventually went on to study at the Binche and the Etterbeek Academies of Fine Arts (both in Belgium), also studying Slavic languages and literature at the university in Brussels. She quickly realized that the best way to become a cartoonist is simply to keep drawing. She now lives in Orléans, France. Miss Annie is her first graphic novel series.


School Library Journal

“Cat lovers will enjoy seeing things from this feline’s perspective. She might be small, but she is full of personality and it shines through in the stories as well as in the colorful illustrations, laid out in eight frames per page.” —School Library Journal