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Mar 24, 2009 Ronyell rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
“Puss in Boots” is another classic story from Rabbit Ears Productions about how a clever feline tries to make his master a prince in order to save his own life. With Tracey Ullman’s hilarious narration, Jean Luc Ponty’s elegant music and Pierre Le-Tan’s beautiful illustrations, “Puss in Boots” will be an instant treat for children both young and old.
Tracey Ullman’s narration is hilarious and creative at the same time as she narrates this story with such energy. Tracey Ullman effectively uses b ...more
Apr 22, 2016 Ashley Lahr rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
There once lived a man who owned a mill, a donkey, a tom cat. Once he died he left the mill to one son, the cat to one, and the donkey to one. He thought they would run the mill together, but the two brothers plotted against the other brother who got a cat. The son with the cat decides that he will eat him. The cat has other plans, he beckons a bargain with the son and off they went. Puss in Boots is trying to win over the King with gifts from the son (made up prince) Puss in Boots continues to ...more
This book was really fun to read, the cat did everything for the boy so he wouldn't break his promise, also so the cat would live. It demonstrates that when there is something on the line that if you do everything you can you will succeed and will not only make you happy but others around you happy as well. The boy got to marry a princess and have his own castle because the cat helped him out.
In a decidedly eclectic career, Eric Metaxas has written for VeggieTales, Chuck Colson, Rabbit Ears Productions and the New York Times, four things not ordinarily in the same sentence. He is a best-selling author whose biographies, children’s books, and works of popular apologetics have been translated into Albanian, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, and Macedonian.More about Eric Metaxas...