Picking up where "The Cat Who Came for Christmas" and "The Cat and the Curmudgeon" left off, this beautiful new paperback edition continues the story of the cat named Polar Bear and his grumpy, lovable owner.
|Publisher:||Little, Brown and Company|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.62(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||A Cat for All Seasons||5|
|Chapter 2||My Harvard||30|
|Chapter 3||First Jobs||71|
|Chapter 4||My Last Duchess and 4,000 Other Celebrities||112|
|Chapter 5||Polar Bear and Me and Your TV--Your Guide to the Medium Medium||165|
|Chapter 6||The Miracles of Modern Medicine--and Some Exceptions to Same||201|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Best Cat Ever based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
A bit of "enough already." Cleveland Amory finishes the tales of Polar Bear. His blend of humor and affection is pleasant but, by this third book, I had had enough.
This book returns us to Polar Bear, the star of The Cat Who Came for Christmas, who at the end of the book, dies. I objected to the title, because my cat, Rug, was the best cat ever, but, anyway, the book is as much about the owner as his cat. Amory is full of funny anecdotes that make for interesting reading.
Again, Cleveland Amory charms us. In this book he tells us more of his own story, through college, his first job, and his Fund for Animals organization. Polar Bear, his curmudgeon cat, seems to play a secondary and a very funny role. Impossible to not fall in love with this book and its author and his cat.