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Tails of American Bronte: A Cat's View of Life

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"Four Paws Up!" This cat with "cattitude" tells her own story in poetic fashion.
Inspired totally by Miss Bronte's adorable antics, her Mum, Ms. Bibisi, wrote and illustrated this unique cat lover's delight for all ages.

Bibisi mimics Richard Scarry, as her brilliantly hued book has readers seeking not only the playful pranks of her beloved black cat, but also those of a m
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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 28th 2008 by Peanut Butter Publishing
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Peacegal
May 23, 2013 Peacegal rated it really liked it
Bronte is a very colorful picture book that celebrates a black cat named Bronte, and ends with an encouraging note to consider adopting a pet from a shelter.

Bronte is much better written, illustrated, and presented than the majority of self-published children's books. Each page pops with colors and is incredibly busy, bringing to mind one of Mary Engelbreit's designs. It is a bit too long for the format, however.

Few books feature black cats in any positive way. They are often overlooked and ar
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