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Binky: License to Scratch

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Binky: License to Scratch

3.5/5 (24 peringkat)
68 pages
19 minutes
Feb 10, 2014


Binky the space cat and his team of space pets are left at the vet’s office while their humans are away. Binky plans an escape, only to stumble on a secret experiment that could give vicious aliens the upper hand! It’s up to Binky and his friends to save the humans ... and themselves!

Binky: License to Scratch is the final book in the Binky Adventure series, where dry humour and sci-fi slapstick are mixed with lots of heart.
Feb 10, 2014

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Author and illustrator Ashley Spires is the creator of the Binky The Space Cat series of junior graphic novels, which have earned her numerous awards, including the Silver Birch Express and the Hackmatack. Her picture books, including Larf, Small Saul, and The Most Magnificent Thing, are known for providing readers, young and old, with a good laugh. When not drawing, she is often jogging with her dog Gordon or wrangling her three cats, Penny, Fran and Gracie. She lives in British Columbia.

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  • (3/5)
    I'm a big fan of Binky and always look forward to his latest adventure but have to say for the first time I was disappointed. The story just didn't hold up. Honestly, it was lame. The usual familiar pet things that make you go 'aww' or laugh were missing. The only times I laughed here were from the butt jokes: the thermometre at the vet and the farts. The title doesn't even make sense. Oh boy, for the advertised last book in this series what a let down!
  • (5/5)
    The humans are going away; the pets are going to the vet for boarding. So, yes, it's a bit like Howliday Inn.

    They have pockets in their little fur suits. Pockets. I am dead from adorable.

    Library copy
  • (4/5)
    More silly shenanigans with Binky, Gracie, and new recruit Gordie, this time in a vet's office.
  • (2/5)
    It was just okay. I didn't realize I got the fifth book in the series, but I wasn't a fan. The story was good but I had two problems with it: A. The cats and dog did not talk (seriously that is a big one for me when reading about cats adventures for children in graphic novels) and B. The shape of the cats and dog heads were just plain weird (triangle). I found the fart jokes funny and that's why I gave it two stars instead of one.