Trying to kick the catnip habit?
Itching to ditch those pesky fleas?
Sick of the same old "fetch, roll over, stay" routine?
Tabby D. Cat can help!
Tabby D. Cat, longtime alley resident, has been help-ing the furry and feathered creatures of Critterville for all nine of her lives. From hamsters to hounds, Tabby's advice column has just the right advice for any pet . . . but can Tabby find happiness for herself?
From Carolyn Crimi and David Roberts comes this hilarious and heartwarming tale of finicky felines, happiness-seeking hounds, and finding your own place to call home.
About the Author
Carolyn Crimi is the author of numerous picture books, including Boris and Bella, Where's My Mummy?, and Don't Need Friends. She was born and raised on Long Island, New York, and now lives in Illinois with her husband and pug.
David Roberts is the illustrator of A House Called Awful End and the other books in the popular Eddie Dickens Trilogy, as well as the picture books Rapunzel: A Groovy Fairy Tale and the Charlotte Zolotow Honor Book Mrs. Crump's Cat. He is also the author-illustrator of the picture book Dirty Bertie. David was runner-up for the prestigious Mother Goose Award for children's illustration. He lives in London, England.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A letter from Stanky Skunque: ¿Dear Tabby, I¿ve been lonely for so long. Something about the white stripes down my back puts everyone off. It¿s sort of hard to meet girls when they¿re screaming and running away from you. Should I just give up? Love, StankyDear Stanky (ever thought about changing your name, by the way?), Be patient, my fragrant friend! For every saltshaker there¿s a pepper mill, for every cup there¿s a saucer, and for every ham there¿s a cheese. I know that somewhere there¿s a gal with the good scents---er, sense---to see the beauty of your inner, stripeless self. In the meantime, try some cologne. Purrfectly yours, Tabby D. Cat¿Tabby D. Cat is an advice columnist who helps animals of all shapes and sizes cope with the problems that occur in their lives, with wit and useful suggestions.
Tabby D. Cat answers letters about pets' problems. This unique and funny story will amuse adults and children alike. It also teaches children basic problem solving skills, like appreciating what you have, having a conversation by both talking and listening, and making happiness for yourself.