The celebrity cat caper

Gertrude Chandler Warner, 1890-1979

Book - 2016

The Alden children help their favorite Internet celebrity, Walter the cat, when he inherits millions from his owner and rumors begin to fly about his famous tricks being fake.

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Series
Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979. Boxcar children mysteries ; 143.
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Published
Chicago, Illinois : Albert Whitman & Company 2016.
Language
English
Physical Description
108 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
ISBN
9780807507117
0807507113
Main Author
Gertrude Chandler Warner, 1890-1979 (author)
Other Authors
Anthony VanArsdale (illustrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

The Aldens are excited to meet their favorite celebrity—Walter the Cat, who makes the funniest videos on the Internet! And when this celebrity cat inherits a million dollars from his owner, he becomes even more famous! But someone seems to be angry about the will and is stealing things from Walter's house. Is this cat too famous for his own good?

Review by Publisher Summary 2

When Walter the Cat, a local cat that has become famous for funny videos online, inherits a million dollars from his owner, the Aldens must find out who might be after the cat's money.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Excitedly meeting an Internet video celebrity cat who has been given millions by his late owner, the Aldens investigate the activities of a burglar whom they believe is angry about the cat's inheritance. Simultaneous.

Review by Publisher Summary 4

The Aldens are excited to meet their favorite celebrity—Walter the Cat, who makes the funniest videos on the Internet! And when this celebrity cat inherits a million dollars from his owner, he becomes even more famous! But someone seems to be angry about the will and is stealing things from Walter’s house. Is this cat too famous for his own good?