Synopses & Reviews
I desperately need a new computer so I can talk to other cats on the Internet.
OK, it's my fault the old one doesn't work. I honestly thought the mouse was a toy so I kind of batted it around. By the time I realized the fish was a screensaver, the monitor was pretty scratched.
Einstein Two, Cat
Feisty felines making very specific Christmas demands: what could be funnier or more appealing to cat lovers? Delightfully illustrated with drawings throughout, this whimsical collection of letters to Santa reveals, for the first time, what kitty just can't do without. From the pretend--innocent pleas of Screwball, who asks for a dozen playmates for the family fish whose companion has "mysteriously disappeared," to the tired scrawl of Sleepy, who wants more naptimes during the day, each note is full of fun.
An irresistible collection for cat lovers, this charming and often hilarious book is filled with letters to Santa ... written by Snowball, Fuzzy, and even Tarzan. Delightfully illustrated by Paul Bacon, each fabulously feline entry reveals what cats really want, whether they've been naughty, nice, or (most likely) indifferent. For instance, Lauren the cat's request is to star in a Disney movie; Bobby the cat asks for a ticket to the White House to visit Socks; and another cat, Toonces, asks for a kitten because "I'm tired of being cute all the time". From whimsical wish lists to a recommendation to Santa on the virtues of using cats instead of reindeer, these letters will fickle the funny bone of cat lovers everywhere--in a book that makes the perfect holiday stocking stuffer.