Poor Puss. His lazy life at the mill has changed overnight. The miller’s son, Tom, is ready to abandon Puss in the woods. But Puss has a few ideas about his and Tom’s fate. He slips on a pair of boots, hoists a sack over his shoulder, and sets off to find the creature comforts he knows they deserve. This simple retelling of the classic fairy tale is purrfect for newly independent readers.
About Tim Bowers
Tim Bowers is the illustrator of over thirty children’s books. He lives in central Ohio.