Turner and their son Jonathan at number 10, Marten's Drive.
Waverley likes the house at number 10, Marten's Drive because it has
lots of good places to sleep and a back garden that seems to go on
forever. Beyond the wooden fence at the bottom of the garden there is
a children's playground, green fields, and then the woods. All day
long Waverley snoozes in the sunny spots around the house. But at
night he goes adventuring.
Beautifully illustrated with watercolours by Martin Jones, David
Aston's first story about Waverley, the small cat with a big miaow, is
sure to delight younger readers.