Diana, a little black cat, is bored by the long, cold days. Cyrus, her older and wiser friend, tries to keep her out of trouble with regular lectures, but temptations are everywhere. From sliding on the kitchen towel to "capturing" the sewing room tape measure, Diana is on the prowl for fun, when what should she discover but the most amazing tree she has ever seen - with "pretty bobbles and balls just begging to be knocked off and batted around the room."
When their mischief is discovered, the two house cats have a night out in the snow to look forward to. But it is, after all, the Christmas season, with charity even for two ornery cats.
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I was asked to listen to this story and found it to be delightful. I particularly enjoyed the humour. And it was pleasing to hear a tale from a cat's point of view.
Children's books with animals.
A completely different feel to the story, although the word 'measure' sounded odd to me, unless that is an American way of saying it?
It was only a short tale, so yes.
Very well done by both the writer and narrator.
- Julie Elizabeth Powell "I am an author of 25 titles in a variety of genres and lengths."
You have to have this book!
This is a darling story about two cats that do things cats do! The words paint great pictures of what is happening, but I loved it best when following along with the hard copy book to see the great illustrations. This would be a great gift for any lover of animal tales.
When they cats were un-decorating the Christmas tree it make me think of those special times in my life!
Jodi's performances are well spoken and easy listening.
This is a short tale - about 12 minutes