Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World

Vicki Myron, Author, Suzanne Toren, Read by, Bret Witter, With
Vicki Myron, Author, Suzanne Toren, Read by, Bret Witter, With , read by Suzanne Toren. Hachette Audio $22.98 (0p) ISBN 978-1-60024-382-0
Reviewed on: 11/24/2008
Release date: 09/01/2008
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In a world where a bad dog topped bestseller lists for years, it's inevitable that a library cat would soon make a bid to win the hearts of a nation. According to Mayron, this has already happened. Dewey is not bad, just occasionally mischievous enough to provide opportunities for the narrator to coo. Suzanne Toren wholeheartedly devotes herself to the first-person account of the author's travels with Dewey and only occasionally meanders into the sugar bowl. Dewey's story is a testament to how something small with a big heart can have an incalculable effect on a community. Anyone with at least one cat is guaranteed to get a lump in his or her throat as the orange fluff-ball connects with a severely disabled girl in one particularly affecting scene, memorably brought to life by Toren in her librarian persona. A Grand Central hardcover (Reviews, July 28). (Sept.)

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