‘Dewey’ delivers

A co-worker suggested I read “Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World” by librarian Vicki Myron. I asked for it for Christmas. dewey.jpg
I opened it Dec. 25 (Thursday) and was finished with it two days later despite working on Friday and visiting family on Saturday. I like to think I have amazing cats, and in all fairness to them, I do. But if you have a place in your heart for cats, you’ll love Dewey.
I told my aunt, a mommy to three cats, about the book. I know she will love it. She is a library lover. She searched the catalog at the New York Public library, where she lives, and she is 240th on the waiting list for 43 copies of the book.
Dewey really must have touched the world.
Read here about Dewey and another pet-lover’s book.

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2 Responses to ‘Dewey’ delivers

  1. Teresa Cook says:

    I enjoyed “Dewey” too. As a cat owner, I completely understand how Dewey could take over the Spencer library. He sounds ideally suited to the job of winning hearts. I only wish there was a cat in more libraries and stores.

  2. Angie says:

    My parents gave me “Dewey” for Christmas, but I haven’t finished yet. So far, it seems to read just like listening to a person talk about their cat. I’m a cat person, so that’s fine with me.

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