Curl Up with Kitty Online Edition

See 23 of the latest and greatest cat books to add to your collection.

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My Cat Copies Me The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers
My Cat Copies Me
By Yoon-duck Kwon
Explore the bond between children and cats with this children’s book. $15.95. Kane/Miller Book Publishers,
The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers
By Lilian Jackson Braun
Another installment to the amusing and popular “Cat Who…” series featuring hero and columnist Jim “Qwill” Qwilleran. $23.95. Penguin Group USA,
Cats and Their Slaves: An Anthology of Worship Dogs and Cats
Cats and Their Slaves: An Anthology of Worship
By Michelle Lovric
Quotes from literary minds for the feline lover. $11.95. Independent Publishers Group,
Dogs and Cats
By Steve Jenkins
Using torn-paper art, this flip-over feature explores the differences between the two animal rivals. $16. Houghton Mifflin,
Fantastic Cats

Fantastic Cats
Fantastic Cats celebrates legendary felines both real and imaginary throughout history. Illustrated throughout with photos, paintings, and engravings, this captivating tome profiles some of history's most interesting cats and the people who loved them.  $14.95  Little Books,


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Fran    Greensboro, GA

7/11/2008 9:47:44 AM

All of the CAT FANCY cat books are lovely. I have another book that you may want to add to the list. It is called "Crackers the Tree Cat". It is a children's book illustrated in pastel and written by international artist Cameron Hampton. It is a true story about one of the artist/writers cats.
Imagine a cat that loves only playing in trees!
That is what Crackers the Tree Cat wants to do!
No matter what the other tree dwelling animals have
to say, Crackers the Tree Cat plays and plays! Read
this funny and inspiring story of a cat named
Crackers that prefers to be herself and play in trees.
For more information go HERE:

Judy    Naugatuck, CT

5/31/2007 10:44:35 AM

Thanks for the info on books. Another one that I can recommend is "How to be a Cat Detective" by Vicky Halls. It is excellent and a keeper.

Elizabeth    Marshall, MN

4/27/2007 7:46:17 AM

These are some great books, thanks for the suggestions and the links!

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