With Amber ~ The Best Library Kitty in the entire Mewton~Clawson Parish.
Hello gorgeous library guests and welcome to my private library.
I actually went outside!
I also made this fab photo evidence into a jigsaw, click here to play at jigsaw planet [my time 8 mins & 06 secs] as Basil wasn't here yesterday due to a glitch in the time-space continuum-nom-nom and a covert mission, don't wurry he'll be back next week and we did have a fab What's In The Box post instead.
We also missed The Pet Parade on Wednesday too cod dammit, so do pop offur to Dash Kitten or Barking from the Bayou to hop along with us this week. Things should be back to normal fur next weeks posting schedule.
The P.A.'s answers are...
If you have ever waged war against the local squirrels to prevent them from ransacking your garden, you will know that they are wily beasts who can find loopholes in the most cunning of defences. Capable of remarkable feats of tightrope walking and problem-solving, they are formidable enemies indeed and that's not to mention the many other pests who can torment the optimistic gardener, from slugs and snails to moles and deer and from bugs and weevils to fungus and blight . . .
But anyhoo I digress, it must be my age, so what did I think to this book? As mew can see I was laughing my fur off, yes it was a definitely Meow-Out-Loud book in places. The author has a rather witty and charming way of working through a myriad of potential problems that modern gardeners face today, from dealing with ants and aphids all the way through to weeds. And yes, squirrels are also included, but mew know I don't do spoilers.
If mew're new or old to the gardening scene, this book would be an excellent addition to your horticultural bookshelf as it is full of useful info, and the author has also penned another gardening book called, The Bad-Tempered Gardener which I've just bought as a special gift for the P.A. obviously, I'm not inferring anything at all... or maybe I am! MOL
If mew love gardening, this little gem is fur mew, and if mew're not into gardening, maybe mew should be! MOL
Until next time in the library
Keep calm and read on