The True Tails of Baker and Taylor: The Library Cats Who Left Their Pawprints on a Small Town . . . and the World

The True Tails of Baker and Taylor: The Library Cats Who Left Their Pawprints on a Small Town . . . and the World

Lisa Rogak


"Not considering the fact that George Bailey in It's a superb Life has anyone so lifted the spirits of a whole neighborhood. That the 'someone' for that reason is, actually, library cats makes this real story of the affection of literature mixed with a passion for nostril licking the entire extra magical. This booklet, like a purring kitten who can also be a genie, may be welcomed into any home."―Francesco Marciuliano, New York Times bestselling writer of I may well Pee in this: And different Poems by way of Cats

It began with mice within the library.

Assistant librarian Jan Louch and a coworker made up our minds that what the library wanted used to be a cat. Or, even larger, cats. quickly, they discovered a couple of Scottish Folds who have been excellent for the task. Jan named them Baker and Taylor, they usually took up place of dwelling within the library.

But those cats have been even more than mousers. viewers to the library fell in love with Baker and Taylor and their antics simply as Jan had. after which, after Jan allow the cats be photographed for a poster, they turned pussycat celebrities. youngsters from around the state wrote them letters, enthusiasts traveled from in all places to satisfy them, they usually turned the main recognized library cats on this planet.

In The precise Tails of Baker and Taylor, Jan Louch seems to be again and tells the amazing tale of those really good cats and the people―readers, librarians, and cat enthusiasts of all ages―who got here jointly round them.

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