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Everyone knows that cats are finicky. They like things their way. Another thing cats don’t like is change. Andy Wortlock understands the way of cats and shares how they feel about Christmas in Cats Don’t Like Christmas! Christmas is a time of change. Often, the furniture is rearranged, and a Christmas tree becomes the center of attention in the living room or den. Unfortunately, cats also believe they should be the center of attention and do not like sharing that position with anyone or anything. In addition, it is hard to sleep with all those blinking lights. Then there are the “hoomuns.” People tend to visit during this season, and cats don’t like interruptions to their schedules. All in all, is there anything to like about Christmas? Well…read this book and find out.
Everyone loves Christmas! Well, how about Mr. Scrooge? Or maybe the Grinch? Reading this book will enlighten you in understanding how cats feel about this holiday season. From the title, Cats Don’t Like Christmas!, it is easy to comprehend how cats think. They feel that the Christmas season is a significant intrusion into their lives. Andy Wortlock writes this story from a cat’s viewpoint. He understands how cats think and shares his insights with the reader. On every page, there is a mouse and a ball of yarn. Help your children find them. The words in this story can almost be sung. The rhymes are delightful and fun to read. There is also a web address for even more fun. While buying this book, go ahead and double your enjoyment by buying its sister book, Cats Don’t Like That!