|Author :||Mayer-Skumanz, Lene|
|Illustrator :||Gantschev, Ivan|
|Size :||7,7” x 9,4”|
|Additional specs :||Color throughout. Laminated hardcover|
|Price :||US $12,00 / CA $16,00|
● Told from a cat’s point of view, this book brings a unique perspective to the joy of Christmas.
● A touching story of finding home and connection during the holidays.
● The illustrations are playful and colorful, showing the world as seen by a special cat.
Little Gray and the other cats don’t like to hang around people very much. They prefer the freedom of the park and the comforts of living under the yew tree. But Christmas is coming, and the cats are baffled by the bustle as the townspeople prepare for a holiday fair. The cats try to keep out of the way, but then a curious man captures Little Gray’s attention. He’s friendly and attentive, and he’s on his way home with a Christmas tree for his boy.
This is the moment Little Gray decides this man will be her new human. He may take a little convincing, but that’s not surprising, considering how much slower and uncertain humans are than cats. This touching book, told from a cat’s point of view, is the perfect story of finding friendship at Christmastime.