Description : Getting Out - Excerpts from a Cat's Diary is the first book in a trilogy of at least four books (according to the author). Translated from the original Cat by John Woodcock. It is a humorous 'diary' where 'Bridget Jones' meets 'The Great Escape' head on. The escapee is a domestic cat who believes that he is a great diarist and describes, in his own words, his almost daily escape attempts. Over 400, yes four hundred pages of laughter!
Description : Anecdotes, reportedly found in a hidden diary written by the resident cat, reveal the life of Mark Mason, Portland, Oregon radio personality, and family through feline eyes.
Description : This is actually a series of three short stories under one main title. All three stories are great reads and this is my newest completed work.
Description : This little book ought to be read by Americans everywhere, both because Sergeant York is a national possession, and also because it teaches the priceless value of individual character and may warn us here in America from allowing our children, who have to use machines, from being themselves made into machines. His is the story of Sergeant Alvin C. York of Tennessee, the outstanding hero of the World War and one of the greatest individual fighters in the history of modern or legendary warfare. In the heart of the Argonne Forest on October 8, 1918, practically unassisted, he whipped an entire German machine-gun battalion, killing twenty-eight of the enemy, capturing thirty-five machine guns and with the help of a handful of doughboys bringing in one hundred and thirty-two prisoners.
Description : After some traumatic early life experiences, Dougal the black-and-white kitten falls on his paws into a loving home with two kind humans. Dougal decides to repay his humans' kindness by trying to be a Good Cat at all times. But when you have a little sister like Shadow, being good isn't as easy as it should be; because Shadow is an alley-cat who eats his food and loves rummaging in bins and stealing from neighbours' barbecues. And, although they don't know it, the kind humans are not in charge in this house. That role goes to the imperious old cat Belladonna, who does not take kindly to newcomers in her space. Dougal and Shadow's new home also has a large resident family of wattle-birds, and a supporting cast of neighbouring cats with agendas of their own; so the kittens must learn their place in the pecking order. Dougal's diplomatic skills will be tested to their limit as he tries to make sense of human and feline psychology. You can also catch up with Dougal, join his fanclub and get some pressies at his very own website http://www.dougalsdiary.com.au