Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sunday Salon

Dewey, The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched the Vickie Myron

A touching story about an "alley" cat that found a home in a small town library and became the love of the town. Dewey, a yellow, frozen, starved kitty was rescued from the public library book drop on one of Iowa's coldest days. He quickly became very attached, not only to the library staff, but to the entire community, just as they, also, developed a special bonding with him. It seems this little stray kitten saw the town and the library through 18 years of devastation, happiness, and changes and created a bond within the community that also brought fame and fortune to Spencer, Iowa. A wonderful story about how one small kitten affected so many lives.


debnance said...

I loved Dewey and I typically hate sappy books. Dewey was sappy and not especially well written, but the story of a cat who brings together a community...awesome!

S. Krishna said...

I want to read this book - glad you enjoyed it!