Author(s): Reeve Lindbergh
When a quiet-loving cat takes an unexpected tour of the neighbourhood, he's in for some rude surprises - until he discovers the purrfect solution.
Homer is a very quiet cat. He lives in a very quiet house with a very quiet lady. But one day, while the lady is away, Homer hears a very loud crash, and out of the window he goes! Poor Homer just wants to find a spot where he can curl up undisturbed, but his hometown is a surprisingly hectic place. Will Homer ever manage to find a bit of calm in all the noise? And will he ever find his quiet lady?
Reeve Lindbergh's cheerful, rhyming text pairs with Anne Wisdorf's charming illustrations for a story-lover's ode to adventures both large and small. Bouncing text and lively art make this a perfect book for story time. With a librarian and library cat in starring roles, this is sure to do well in...yes, libraries! It is a new picture book from the author of My Little Grandmother Often Forgets.
Reeve Lindbergh, the daughter of Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, has written many children's books, including Nobody Owns the Sky and My Little Grandmother Often Forgets, as well as novels and memoirs for adults. She lives in the USA, in Vermont.
Anne Wilsdorf was born in Angola. The illustrator of many books for children, she lives in Lausanne, Switzerland, where she teaches illustration.