Bedtime Stories for Cats

Bedtime Stories for Cats A book of short stories and fables designed specifically for cat lovers The topics range from mythology to magic and horror stories for cats combined with a few essays written by a cat in order to hel

  • Title: Bedtime Stories for Cats
  • Author: Amy Neftzger Eli Stein
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A book of short stories and fables designed specifically for cat lovers The topics range from mythology to magic and horror stories for cats combined with a few essays written by a cat in order to help the rest of us understand their logic and reasoning The book also includes a creative retelling of the Gingerbread Man from a cat s perspective You share so much with yA book of short stories and fables designed specifically for cat lovers The topics range from mythology to magic and horror stories for cats combined with a few essays written by a cat in order to help the rest of us understand their logic and reasoning The book also includes a creative retelling of the Gingerbread Man from a cat s perspective You share so much with your cat, why not read together, also

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    About “Amy Neftzger Eli Stein

    • Amy Neftzger Eli Stein

      Amy Neftzger born June 23 is an American researcher and author who has published fiction books, non fiction books, business articles, and peer review research Her works have reached an international audience.Amy was born in Illinois and graduated from Elk Grove High School in Elk Grove Village, Illinois She received her bachelors degree from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida and her Masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee She graduated from both Universities with honors.She has written numerous business and journal articles, but her fiction works have been the most commercially successful In 2003 she published Conversations with the Moon, which was also translated into Korean and published in South Korea In 2005 she collaborated with her husband, guitarist Tyra Neftzger on a children s book called All that the Dog Ever Wanted The book was designed to introduce children to jazz music at an early age and included a CD sampler of jazz tunes In 2007 she worked as an editor on a business fable called The Damned Company.



    929 thoughts on “Bedtime Stories for Cats

    • Bedtime Stories for Cats is a cute little book about cats and is basically written from cat’s perspectives so you are getting a glimpse into the mind of a cat. I thought it was quite well done as well as I really felt like I was reading the sort of things that a cat would be thinking.I enjoyed all the stories in the book. They were short and sweet but still really fun to read. I liked that this book was nice and short and I could read a story between doing little bits and pieces.There were a c [...]


    • Narrated from the point of view of the cat, these "tails" are written with a sly, satirical wit. Most of the world's evils are blamed on dogs, while cats are responsible for all that's good, although the nature of "good" may seem highly skewed because this is a cat-centric universe. Some of the pieces are essays by "Cat Waldo Henderson." Some answer universal questions, such as "The Origin of Evil," where the first cat Primo bottled up evil as the seeds of a melon, which were too hard to bite an [...]


    • Amy Neftzger’s matching ebooks, Bedtime stories for Cats and Bedtime stories for Dogs make a great set of tales (or tails) for the animal lovers (and animals) of any household. The stories weave nicely together with cat-stories retold from the dog’s point of view, and dog-myths replayed with cat-like superiority. Lovers of both breeds will benefit greatly from having both books to read, and indeed, I believe the print version contains them both, told from back and front and meeting in the mi [...]


    • Bedtime Stories for Cats is a collection of short stories and essays, with cats as a central point. In fact, many of these tales (called Tails in the book), are written in the feline point of view – especially when it comes to baths. And feeding. And ruling the world. And being the centre of the Universe.The stories were amusing, some playing with cats stereotypes, some going into mythology. And speaking of mythology, the first Tail is a kind of creationism myth, but I had a problem with it [...]


    • This book features 17 short stories and fables written specifically for cat lovers of all ages. The topics range from mythology to magic and horror stories (for cats) combined with a couple of essays written by a cat in order to help the rest of us understand feline logic and reasoning. Many of the stories are sweet, amusing, poignant and informative, and I found myself instantly recognizing certain feline personalities and traits displayed in the book, and equating them to each of the four love [...]


    • Bedtime Stories for Cats contains 17 short stories about, of course, cats. To me, it was a bit of a mixed bag - some decent, some cute, but most just meh. Truth is, I think I was expecting more humour - given how destructive the little rotters can be (anyone, remember that lovely antique chair with original leather seats that gramma gave us and that Fluffy used as a scratching post), why would anyone keep a cat or, in some cases, many if they weren't so much fun to watch? I also agree that this [...]


    • Cat owners everywhere rejoice! Amy Neftzger has written the ultimate storybook for your fur-babies. This small novella contains seventeen tails of cat-dom. Want to know how to fool the yapping dog – it’s in here. The evils of baths – got it covered! “There is great evil in bathing a cat….a lot of shampoos for pets are fruit scented…ing your cat is the same thing as basting it in jam before sending it off to be devoured.”This book is hilarious although, to be fair, it is also true. [...]


    • Just Okay!After reading the first work in this book I lost interest rather quickly. The cat was asleep before I finished the first paragraph. But he sleeps through anything any ways.The only thing I found I did not like about the book was it lacked the humor I kind of expected I would find in such a book. Why would I expect humor from this book is beyond me. But there was none in the first two stories. It lacked the hook to keep me reading after this point.I received this book in a Members’ Gi [...]


    • I tend to be a dog person, but this book had me cracking up. My mom has a cat, and I could just imagine the story from her cat's point of view. I can't wait to read the book about dogs! The author told the story so well that it was easy for me to imagine a cat trying to tell his/her story. I especially liked the Cat Waldo Henderson tales.




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