BOGOF the Best Supermarket Cat

By Adrian Marshall

Children's | eBook


Book #3 in the “BOGOF the Supermarket Cat” series. Today is a very important day for all the staff at the Supermarket, because the Mayor will be judging the ‘Best Supermarket in Town’ competition. BOGOF arrives early at the Supermarket and is asked by Fred to sort out the flags on the roof. This proves too difficult for BOGOF and he needs some help. Later on there is a real disaster involving a walk-in freezer; can BOGOF warn Fred in time? Everybody works very hard getting the Supermarket looking at its best, including BOGOF who makes sure that there are no rats or mice around. The Mayor arrives and begins his inspection, but at the end of the tour he can’t make up his mind which of the three Supermarkets in the town is the best. Will all their work have been in vain, or will Mr Brown’s team win the competition? Visit BOGOF's web site at BOGOF the Supermarket Cat for FREE Wallpaper/Background, and find out about BOGOF's next exciting adventure.


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Book #3 in the “BOGOF the Supermarket Cat” series. Today is a very important day for all the staff at the Supermarket, because the Mayor will be judging the ‘Best Supermarket in Town’ competition. BOGOF arrives early at the Supermarket and is asked by Fred to sort out the flags on the roof. This proves too difficult for BOGOF and he needs some help. Later on there is a real disaster involving a walk-in freezer; can BOGOF warn Fred in time? Everybody works very hard getting the Supermarket looking at its best, including BOGOF who makes sure that there are no rats or mice around. The Mayor arrives and begins his inspection, but at the end of the tour he can’t make up his mind which of the three Supermarkets in the town is the best. Will all their work have been in vain, or will Mr Brown’s...


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I was raised and educated (well they tried, not very hard, but they did try) in Suffolk. Left school at age 15 and spent the first year as an “Architectural Assistant”, although I did get to wield a “T” and adjustable set square on the odd occasion, the job mainly involved trudging through muddy fields with a chain measure and ranging rod. Next up was a job in the drawing office of a local timber company that specialised in the production of Dutch barns and grain drying silos. Termination (along with a couple of others) occurred after 4 years due to Capital Gains Tax being introduced by the nice Mr Wilson. There followed 1 year of door-to-door selling of household products for Betterware, this smoothed out a few rough edges and gave me a whole new insight into the meaning of the term “General Public”. Moving on to pastures new I spent 4 years as a butcher working for Sainsbury in and around London, one day whilst commuting on the underground I saw a notice that caught my eye, “WHY NOT BE A COMPUTER PROGRAMMER?”, “that’s a fair question” I thought, so I signed up for a self-paid course with CDC and took to it like a duck to water. This took me up to the year 2000 when I was made redundant. Well what does a male in his early 50s do when he is made redundant with little or no prospects of finding employment in his chosen career? Obvious really, he delivers Chinese takeaway.


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I was raised and educated (well they tried, not very hard, but they did try) in Suffolk. Left school at age 15 and spent the first year as an “Architectural Assistant”, although I did get to wield a “T” and adjustable set square on the odd occasion, the job mainly involved trudging through muddy fields with a chain measure and ranging rod. Next up was a job in the drawing office of a local timber ...


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