A continuing series that highlights books recently acquired by publishing houses for future release. Each post features a book we’re looking forward to, and a book we’re . . . not.
I too often allow a lack of cherries to keep me from posting a new entry in this series. So I’ll occasionally post a couple of pits; they’re more fun, anyway.
Dena Harris’ Who Moved My Mouse?: A Self Help Book For Cats (Who Don’t Need Any Help), which addresses the low self-esteem issues facing cats across the globe, and includes A Cat’s Conversations with God, and Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, But Feel Free to Freak Out Over Anything That Moves Suddenly or Without Warning.
Marilyn Brant’s The Grand European, the story of a conservative young woman’s journey of self-discovery as she travels abroad with her adventurous aunt’s sudoku-and-mahjong club.