With Amber ~ The Best Library Kitty in the entire Mewton~Clawson Parish
Hello gorgeous library guests and welcome to my private library this Valentine's week.
And the hilarious thing is this; aftur they illegally used our Wednesday post on their site [aftur 4 previous take-down notice emails from us to remove effurything], they now want us to remove our post from here, what a classic ~ we MOL'd so much we fell offur!
Howeffur, they were still stealing our posts aftur they'd emailed us at 10.30 Thursday morning us to say; sorry and we're going to remove them.
We have several screenshots to prove this, fur future use, just in case. And we have 100's of screenshots of effurything else of what they used illegally.
But the good news is this; since alerting the cat blog'o'sphere to the blogpost theft, and asking our pals to check the site fur their posts, the site has now been taken offline temporarily by their host GoDaddy due to many complaints of copyright theft, etc.
Clyde Robert Bulla
Anyhoo, I found it in the stacks recently and it's here today; now this was furst published in 1959, so this is the books 60th year in print, how pawesome is that, epically so.
It tells the story of a lonely artist, who has given up on his painting until one day a little cat who has a heart-shaped white splodge on his forehead turns up and needs a home - mew know I don't do spoilers, so enough said there! MOL
This is a lovely story and will delight young and older readers. The illustrations throughout are absolutely charming and if mew don't have it on your bookshelf, I would get a copy if mew can. My copy is a second-
In summary, I loved this little tale, and am so glad I got a copy, it's just purrfect fur Valentines Day.
Sadly it's time fur me to say BFN or bye-fur-now as mew know the drill, so many books, so little time and I'll be back next week with another specially paw-picked book just fur mew. And don't furget that all my previous reviews can be found on my Book Review page.
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