6 edition of The Algonquin Cat found in the catalog.
December 1, 2001
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||133|
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A stray cat wonders if he has what it takes to be the feline-in-residence at the Algonquin Hotel in this illustrated children’s-book sequel. One day, a scruffy orange tomcat is on the street; the next, he’s the new “Algonquin Cat” at the famed New York City hotel, now that Matilda is retiring. The Algonquin, one of the most famous hotels in New York City, places you in one of its most vibrant neighborhoods, right near Times Square. Each of this boutique hotel’s guest rooms and suites features a comfortable well lit work desk, complimentary wifi and a sleek and stylish decor that reflects the hotel’s art deco heritage.
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A street cat is swept up into a glamorous life at the historic Algonquin Hotel in New York City, a well-known gathering place for writers, editors, and artists. Purchase Book “When Alice de Almeida first answered a job ad for an executive assistant position at New York City’s iconic Algonquin Hotel, she thought her daily tasks might include.
Matilda, the Algonquin's cat, is the tenth cat in the hotel's history. Seven of the cats have been male and named, Hamlet, and, of course, the females, Matilda. In this book, the author, Leslie Martini, has written the history of the Algonquin Hotel, from the point of view of Matilda, the hotel's cat/5(20).
“Hamlet The Algonquin Cat” beautifully provides the story of Hamlet and all previous cats of the Algonquin Hotel. Since the hotel has proudly homed a resident cat that charms the patrons. This Hamlet is the hotel’s 12th cat.
All cats are rescued shelter cats. The novel tells the story of Hamlet, a street cat, and his initial 5/5(3). The Algonquin Cat book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Bestselling illustrator Hilary Knight returns with this charming /5(14).
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Hamlet - The Algonquin Cat, New York. 14, likes 3 talking about this. Hamlet VIII is the current resident feline at the Algonquin Hotel. His job is to welcome all guests to the famed Algonquin. The Famous Algonquin Hotel in New York City. The Algonquin Hotel debuted among very pedigreed neighbors ina magnet for the Literati that were drawn to.
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What the beloved Eloise books are to the Plaza Hotel, Matilda, the Algonquin Cat is to the Algonquin Hotel, a legendary Manhattan landmark. Leslie Martini’s winsome text encapsulates the world of the real-life felines that have lived at this posh address since As the book notes in a short history of the literary landmark appended to.
The Algonquin Hotel, which happens to be the oldest continuously running hotel in New York City with a history that dates back tohas an equally venerable feline tradition: the hotel has been home to a succession of “Algonquin Cats” since A stray cat named Billy was the first, kicking off a tradition that continues to this day.
The Algonquin, an Autograph Collection Hotel. Located close to the bustling heart of Times Square and Fifth Avenue, this jewel of historic New York hotels has long entertained the city’s literary and cultural elite, as well as those who delight in creating their own unique stories.
The book also offers additional pages (“About the Algonquin Hotel” and “About the Algonquin Cat”) that give useful background on the hotel’s history, the Algonquin cat tradition, and how children may connect with Matilda online. An appealing, humorous introduction to a legendary hotel through a cat’s eyes.
Kirkus ReviewsBrand: Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing. Matilda, The Algonquin Cat is the real-life story of the feline-in-residence at New York City’s legendary hotel, as told by Matilda herself. Inwhen a stray cat wandered into the lobby of The Algonquin Hotel, kindhearted hotelier Frank Case provided him a permanent home in the hotel and the legend of The Algonquin Cat was born.
Hamlet The Algonquin Cat beautifully provides the story of Hamlet and all previous cats of the Algonquin Hotel. Since the hotel has proudly homed a Treat your children (and yourself) to this sweet and charming novel about Hamlet, the new Algonquin Cat/5.
A stray cat wonders if he has what it takes to be the feline-in-residence at the Algonquin Hotel in this illustrated children's-book sequel. One day, a scruffy orange tomcat is on the street; the next, he's the new "Algonquin Cat" at the famed New York City hotel, now that Matilda is : Leslie Martini.
In Martini’s debut children’s book, illustrated by Mongiardo (Cosmo’s Crave and Guppy Gall, ), a cat tells her story of her life at the Algonquin Hotel in New York sincewhen a stray cat took up residence in the famous Algonquin Hotel, there has always been a “resident feline” there.
The Algonquin Hotel is an American historic hotel located at 59 West 44th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York hotel has been designated as a New York City Historic Landmark. The room hotel, opened inwas designed by architect Goldwin was originally conceived as an apartment hotel but was quickly converted to a traditional lodging establishment.
Founded inAlgonquin Books is an independent publisher of literary fiction and narrative nonfiction. Offices in Chapel Hill, NC, and New York City. Now in a COLORING BOOK edition! Matilda, The Algonquin Cat is the real-life story of the feline-in-residence at New York City's legendary hotel, as told by Matilda herself.
Inwhen a stray cat wandered into the lobby of The Algonquin Hotel, kindhearted hotelier Frank Case provided him a permanent home in the hotel and the legend of The Algonquin Cat was born!Author: Leslie Martini.
A new children’s book, “Matilda, the Algonquin Cat” by Leslie Martini tells the history of the Algonquin through the famous feline.
The current Matilda has been living at the hotel since This book is a collection of articles featuring the Algonquin people. The Algonquin, whose population number 7, occupy today the Ottawa valley and the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region in Quebec.
Nine authors have written as many essays dealing with different traditional and contemporary issues. Marc Cote begins with an article on Abitibi-Temiscamingue prehistory.