When Barney’s feline fantasy comes true, the fur starts flying in this darkly hilarious and heartwarming tale.
Cats have it made. They laze in sun patches, are showered with affection by loving humans, can cough up hairballs wherever they want, and never have to wonder why their dad disappeared one day and never came back. It’s clearly much easier to be a cat than to be a middle school boy.
So when Barney Willow wishes he could be a cat, and gets his wish, he should be thrilled. Except he’s not. He discovers that not all cats are cute and cuddly, and some of them are downright evil. He discovers that his own mother can’t see past the whiskers to recognize her darling son. Worst of all, he discovers that his life is in grave danger…and he doesn’t have eight lives to spare.
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Published June 11, 2013
by Atheneum Books for Young Readers.
Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure.