Jekyll Says More! (Lessons & Trends For Felines & Friends) [NOOK Book]

Overview

“Jekyll Says More! (Lessons & Trends For Felines & Friends)” continues with more lighthearted and instructive that are fun to read aloud. Readers will appreciate that the writing is reminiscent of Roald Dahl and Shel Silverstein. Like it’s predecessor, the poems are comical tutorials that the reader can follow to live a more generous, gratifying, and fruitful life.

“Jekyll Says More!” was written for anyone who appreciates the relationships between humans and their ...
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Jekyll Says More! (Lessons & Trends For Felines & Friends)

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Overview

“Jekyll Says More! (Lessons & Trends For Felines & Friends)” continues with more lighthearted and instructive that are fun to read aloud. Readers will appreciate that the writing is reminiscent of Roald Dahl and Shel Silverstein. Like it’s predecessor, the poems are comical tutorials that the reader can follow to live a more generous, gratifying, and fruitful life.

“Jekyll Says More!” was written for anyone who appreciates the relationships between humans and their companion animals. Whether readers share their lives with cats or dogs, or they simply understand the impact that a companion animal of any type can have on someone’s life, they will adore this book.

In addition to entertaining and educating people, the goal of this book is to encourage readers to understand the intelligence of cats. If even one (1) reader adopts an animal from a “kill shelter” or elsewhere then this book will have accomplished a great deal.

If you have not done so already, please check out Volume 1: “Jekyll Says … (Good Deeds Cats Do That You Can, Too!)”

Profits from the sale of this book benefit animal adoption, care, liberation, rescue, and welfare organizations.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014841702
  • Publisher: Campfire Network Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 36
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

D.C. Blackbird is an American poet, songwriter, and author, along with being a world-renowned adventurer and traveler to places that stamp passports with bark and tree sap. In case you never heard, D.C. is one of the world's greatest feather & leaf jugglers and has performed this great skill before Royal Courts throughout Europe as well as in diners throughout New Jersey between snacking on corn muffins.

You probably know that D.C. is the best-selling author of titles that include: Jekyll Says … (Good Deeds Cats Do, That You Should, To!), Jekyll Says More! (Lessons & Trends For Felines & Friends), and Dreaming of Kittyland, but there is more to this remarkable human being, so please don’t just judge D.C. by the pretty words.

Blackbird is one of “those vegans” you have probably heard about and maybe you have even seen hanging out at health stores ordering wheat grass juice. But don’t worry! D.C. does not glow in the dark (except after drinking grape juice), but veganism IS contagious. You have been warned.

Oh, yeah, and D.C. is also one of those animal-loving folks that cares for dogs, cats, birds, and runs into traffic with a cardboard box to save turtles in the middle of the road.

If you ask nicely, D.C. Blackbird may be available to come to your home for Roasted Tempeh and Marzipan treats.

But the main stuff you are interested in is that D.C. is dedicated to telling stories about awesome experiences and adventures with cool earthlings around the world, and teaching readers to be compassionate to all living beings, while promoting and encouraging goodness, civic virtues, high principles, and values.
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  • Posted January 18, 2012

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    Reviewed by Lori M for Readers Favorite

    I love cats. I have had several cats over the years and I just adore them. That was why I picked up this book - to enjoy learning about a cat that was loved by other cats and their owners. Jekyll was a real cat that was abandoned and then rescued by a loving family. My sympathies go out to the entire Jekyll family of humans and pets as he unfortunately passed away in 2011 and this book was written to honor his memory.

    The contents highlight especially good “life lessons” for children that include such things as brushing your teeth, bathing, working hard, learning how to have fun, eating healthy foods, and staying positive. Certainly parents can’t stress these things enough to their little ones. The book is written in rhyming poetry-style verse. The illustrations are absolutely adorable and would make any child or adult smile. Jekyll presents his “lessons” throughout the book without sounding preachy or bossy and suggests to kids not to be a couch potato, to dress nicely, to make others smile, and to learn new things. In the afterword, the author endorses rescuing homeless pets from shelters and adopting a vegetarian diet.

    Kids will enjoy the rhyming scheme and silly words and parents will enjoy teaching Jekyll's lessons to their children. The book serves as a good conversation-starter between parents and toddlers about creating good habits and being nice to others.

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