Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Book Reveal: Three Feral Kittens!

Rori writes:

As the Big Kitty of the House, I sometimes get to make Very Important Announcements.  I have one today!  The kitties of the PDX pride would like to introduce our new book, which will be available on Amazon.com the first week of October.  That's just in time for National Feral Cat Day on October 16th!

Here is our official press release:

Three Feral Kittens is a new children's nonfiction book for grades 2 through 4.  It tells the story of three kittens that were born in the woods bordering the author's backyard and grew up in her yard.  This book is illustrated with photographs, making it a unique journal and an excellent way for children to learn about feral cats.  It will be available from Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle formats on October 16, 2013.  A portion of the proceeds from this book will go to the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon to help provide spay, neuter, and vaccination services for feral cats as well as education services for feral cat caretakers.

We have a Facebook page set up for the book here, and will be having an online book launch party, time, date, and place to be determined and announced later.  The book launch party will be open to all, because it will be on a regular website.

If you are a regular reader of our blog, you can guess who the three kittens are!  The book, since it's written for children, stops when all three are still safe in their respective homes:  one inside with his new mommy, one inside-outside but safe, and one still feral.

5 comments:

da tabbies o trout towne said...

this bee total lee way soooper kewl awesum guys....best fishes N may de book sell 894 bazillion copeez .....veree happee for ewe, yur mom N de ferals !!!

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

What a wonderful way to help children learn about feral cats!

Sparkle said...

Awesome news! I can't wait!

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Interesting!!!!

meowmeowmans said...

That's cool! Congratulations on your new book. And what a great way to help children learn about feral kitties. :)