My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I found this a really charming little book and genuinely enjoyed reading it.
The story of Dewey the Library cat, kitten rescued from a freezing alley and given home in a public library, has been adapted specifically for younger readers. As such it’s a light and lovely read and the language used is very accessible and clear.
Although the obvious happens at the end (cute-cat-death alert people, be prepared), I still can imagine this being shared well between adult and child.
It’s also one of the most effective pieces of #savelibraries propaganda I’ve read. Really lovely.
And I really want a library cat for my library now.