Cat and Cat #1: Girl Meets Cat (Cat & Cat #1) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Cat & Cat series.
Life was quiet for Cath and her dad, living alone. But when they adopt a cat named Sushi, things get a bit too exciting! Between turning everything into either a personal scratching post or litter box, and the constant cat and mouse game of “love me/leave me alone,” Cath and Dad have a lot to learn! Cath also learns how good it is to have a constant companion, a role Cath’s dad is trying to fill on his own. It’s a hilarious and heartwarming adventure of daily life of this little girl…with a dad and a cat along for the ride!
About the Author
Christophe Cazenove is the writer of the hit series The Sisters and many other humorous graphic novel series.
Hervé Richez is a comic book writer and editorial director of the publishing house Bamboo in France.
Yrgane Ramon’s debut in comics is Cath and her Cat after studying art in Lyon
” Move over Garfield, there is a sassy new orange kitty in town. Each graphic-format page is styled with small, mostly borderless bubblelike panels and relies on a barrage of episodic sight gags with a high-energy palette of sugary pinks, cheerful blues, and citrusy greens. Imagination runs unfettered, from both Cat’s and Sushi’s perspectives. Cat fans should find plenty to purr about.”
“In this delightful book of comic vignettes, readers get to know Cath and her dad as they navigate being the caretakers of their fluffy, exuberant kitty, Sushi. From outdoor adventures to cat-food dilemmas, as well as the dreaded trip to the veterinarian, Sushi experiences it all, along with a lot of love and snuggles from his humans. This cute and easy-to-pick-up story will delight anyone who gets a kick out of cats and their hilarious antics. A fun romp through the daily life of Sushi the cat and the humans who love him.”
You’ve got to love a Wyoming sheriff who’s strong and stoic but also humane and a quoter of literature and philosophy! In Land of Wolves, Walt Longmire’s investigating the death of a Basque shepherd and its possible link to a powerful family with a violent past, all while a renegade wolf is roaming the mountains picking off sheep, and possibly, men. Johnson’s plots are always strong, but it’s the relationships between the characters that make the books so addicting.If you’re looking for an especially exciting plot, try his previous book The Depth of Winter. Longmire leaves Wyoming for Mexico to track down his adult daughter, who’s been kidnapped. He seeks help from a contact in a bar in Juarez, and Johnson writes, “His face became somber, and his mouth hung open as if he were tasting the air between us like a snake.” It ramps up from there! - reviewed by Nikki