Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Are Our Secrets Safe?
Cat secrets are in danger of unauthorized disclosure in the children's picture book, Cat Secrets, by Jef Czekaj (New York: Balzer & Bray, 2011). If you have an Evergreen Indiana library card, you may place a hold on it using our online catalog. Then you simply drop by the library to check it out!
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The official book trailer tells the tale (or tail?).
Cat Secrets by Jef Czekaj -- Official Book Trailer
The primary spokeskitty in the book looks a bit like Tucker, whose human, Jef Czekaj, wrote this delightful little book. The early literacy crowd will adore the opportunity to prove their felininity (not a real word, but oughtta be). Okay, readers must prove they're really cats, and this leads to some interactive cuteness. How many books speak directly to the readers?
Tucker the Cat (to whom, in part, the book is dedicated)
and his human author, Jef Czekaj
(Photo courtesy of the Boston Globe)
You may contact Tucker directly via email through Jef Czekaj's website. If you're concerned about feline secrets being leaked through the Internet, then you must act now. Well, curl up and take a nap first. Action is always more effective after a good cat nap.
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,
Cauli Le Chat
P.S. Here's a book trailer for Oink-a-Doodle-Moo, another children's picture book by Jef Czekaj (New York: Balzer & Bray, 2012). Pass it on!