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Number of Pages: 64
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 4.50 X 4.50 (inches)|
Cat-lover and humorist Allia Zobel Nolan has the inside scoop—the purr-fect answer—to the question, "Which are better, cats or dogs?"
After scampering around the world and pattering through neighborhood sandlots, Allia has captured those expressive felines in crazy photos and paired each one with a hilarious one-liner. Cat lovers near and far unite to applaud the proof of the truth...
Cats are the best, of course!
Add this new title to Allia's other two humorous pet books, Cat Confessions and Dog Confessions for a riotous good time.
Allia Zobel Nolan is an internationally published, award-winning author of more than 170 childrens and adult trade titles with close to three million books in print. Her books reflect her passions, God, cats, and writing for children, and include such titles as Cat Confessions and The Ten Commandments for Little Ones. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and their two cats, Nolan Nolan and Sineady Cat the Fraidy Cat.
Are you tired of dealing with the stress at the office? Does carpooling the kids to soccer drive you to distraction? Well, if the answer to these questions is a resounding YES!’ I have a cure for you. It comes in the form of an easy-to-give gift book. There are two cures actually, written by the renowned author and humorist Allia Zobel Nolan: I’d Rather Be a Cat and Dog Confessions. Both books are delightful and will chase any smiles and giggles straight out into the open. If you have ever owned a cat or a dog, or know someone with a new puppy in their home, send them these books. A great way to say I Love You’ to that special someone!”
Mary Anne Miller, FelineXpress.com
I’d Rather Be a Cat proves undeniably that cats are THE best pets in the world. Even my Scottish terrier accepts the superiority of cats; what better endorsement can there be than that? This little book says it all with purrfect photos accompanying the humorous quips of Allia Zobel Nolan.”
Marci Kladnik, author of Altering the Future for Ferals
A very sweet and warmly funny book full of the kind of wisdom that cat lovers will appreciate. Each page is also graced by a picture of that perfect creaturea cat!”
Clea Simon, author of the Dulcie Schwartz Mysteries
Many years ago, my predecessor, Simon II, wrote an article for CATS Magazine called Cats vs Dogs: A Continuing Controversy. Now, one of our favorite authors, Allia Zobel Nolan, has expanded that idea, canvassing cats around the world to share why they'd rather be cats than dogs. With charming illustrations, this little book is just large enough for a feline to sit on, holding a page open to something they want to share.”
Simon Teakettle III, co-author of the award-winning MEWsings/Musings
I’d Rather Be a Cat is the hysterically funny product of Alla Zobel Nolan’s fertile imagination. Cat photos that nearly speak for themselves populate the book along with Nolan’s brilliant quotes.’ Nolan is the womancat womanto bring this to the public. This book is a great gift for every cat owner.”
Darlene Arden, Certified Animal Behavior Consultant, author of The Complete Cat’s Meow, DarleneArden.com
Well, here it is! The purr-fect little present for Valentine's Day that you kitties can present to your human! This book will end the controversy once and for all as to who is better, and it will cease the time-wasting activity of the humans focusing on each other for Valentine's Day and put their focus right back where it belongson you!”
Cody, Cat Chat with Caren and Cody, OPCatChat.blogspot.com
Dog Confessionsand its counterpart I’d Rather Be a Cat are humorist Allia Zobel-Nolan’s latest attempts to give canines their day and felines their say. Comically told through beautiful pictures and quips from pets worldwide, Dog Confessions and I’d Rather Be a Cat (where cats are lauded in the aggregate), would make the perfect Valentine’s Day, hostess and beginning reader gifts in their charming, hardcover, mini book format.”