It’s International Cat Day, and we’re celebrating at Bookstr with four books inspired by cats. So, grab a furry friend and curl up for some purrfect reads.
Simon’s Cat by Simon Tofield
This expressively illustrated book brings the life of Simon Tofield and his cat to your home. Inspired by his popular YouTube animations, this book demonstrates the hilarious relationship between cats and their owners.
Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron
This touching novel tells the true story of a young kitten abandoned in the middle of winter when he was dropped into the return book slot of the Spencer Public Library in Iowa. Luckily, Dewey was rescued and adopted by the library director, Vicki Myron. Myron’s book describes his adoption and the following nineteen years Dewey spent inspiring the citizens of Spencer with his charming story.
The big new yorker book of cats by the new yorker magazine
This collection of cat-themed articles, poems, cartoons, and more is guaranteed to make any cat lover smile. Check out The New Yorker Magazine’s most loved cat pieces in this selection from the archives.
The Great Cat: Poems About Cats by Emily Fragos
If you’re looking for more collections of cat content, look no further than this delightful anthology of poems. Edited by Emily Fragos, this book features poems from different periods, cultures, and events, all centered around our shared love of our feline friends.