The Cat in the Woods

by Dennis W. Glover


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 13/01/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 20
ISBN : 9781438984926

About the Book

This story is intended to teach children the importance and understanding of their faith in God and each other. What is the meaning of Easter? It is about the Resecurrection of Christ and His commitment to the human race. What about each other? It is about various races uniting to protect their rights to keep their religious belief and holiday against those who are always trying to destroy it. The story ending portrays both groups standing on the world's stage living in harmony as humanity is intended to do.It is a peaceful, quiet morning the day before Easter Sunday. This peace is disrupted by a group of thugs who kidnap Easter and the Easter Bunny. Ratso Rat and his gang put Easter in a basket and head off to Never Land to dissapear forever. Blossom, a cat and her friends which include two neighbor children and several animals pursue and free Easter and the Easter Bunny.It is getting late. All hurry home to help the Easter Bunny get ready for next's days religious and festive holiday. The sun rises just as they finish. It is Easter morning and God's presence is evident. The rescuers go to their homes for a well deserved rest and Blossom curls in a ball and falls fast asleep, warmed by the sun's rays. The proud children tell their parents about their good deed and adventure.


About the Author

Dennis W. glover lives in Pittsburgh, Pa. He started writing children's stories in the spring of 2009. An orange cat he sees sleeping in the sun inspires him to write "The cat in the Woods". What would this cat be chosen to do? Since it is close to Easter, he decides to have the cat, Blossom save Easter. In the story are protagonists and antagonists whimsical characters. His illustrations are woven into the character personalities and connect with the text to produce a delightful, funny, imaginative, and educational experience. His other books in production are "The Goat Farm" and "The Talking Flower". Again, with the use of life topics and figures, he is able to tell an enjoyable story. In these works, he includes a glossary and facts of real life characters and living things to educate his audience as well as entertain them. This unique style and approach sets him apart from the majority of current children's stories. Teachers, parents, librarians, and others can utilize this interesting feature as life learning tools and enjoyable reading. Enjoyable reading and learning equals knowledge.You can contact him at glover688@comcast.net.