The Cat that Made Nothing Something Again is a whimsical story for children about a nameless cat that is bored in a land of dry everything – people, trees and land. He remembers a time when the landscape was green, flowers bloomed and people cared about him and each other. Wanting to experience the joy he remembers so well, he sets out on a journey to find the ones who sucked the moisture from his world and get it back.
Along the way, he meets some colorful characters, including a wise old turtle, a seemingly sinister troll, a smart little bird, an overwhelmed mayor and a simple seed who reminds him how important it is for people to do what's right and take care of each other. Good wins out over evil in the end, but in a most unusual way. Anyone who has ever owned a house cat will appreciate the irony in the villains' demise.
Though a fictional kid book, The Cat That Made Nothing Something Again reflects many internal struggles kids face every day. If you are looking for kindle books and eReader books as well as paperbacks, check out this bedtime story, cat book, and animal tale. Kids and preteens aged seven to twelve (ages 7-12) will particularly enjoy this read.
What real people said about it:
"I read the book to my children, a few chapters at a time over the course of three nights. My son is ten and in fifth grade, but while the book is probably about a third grade reading level the story completely held his attention. He would beg for "just one more chapter....pleeeeease..." He LOVED the silly and wildly unrealistic parts like the talking seed and laughed out loud in places. My eight year old daughter loved the more realistic parts." - Kat, Goodreads Reader
"I picked this book up because one of my sons turns six this month and it was about time he moved up to novels. This was his first one and he loved it. The story was cute with talking animals and it was easy to follow. We discussed the lessons taught in the book and to my surprise he understood most of them. The writing is nice and simple and the storyline is unpredictable. It's nice that there was no darkness in the book even though there was evil. It seems that most kids books have too much darkness and death so I was pleased this did not." - Steve, Amazon Reviewer