Glasses for Margie
I really liked this story. It moved me and made me wish I could live in Doc's yard with all those lovely animals. And, my nine-year-old daughter fell in love with Margie.
Illustrator and Cartoonist, Argentina
This is a fun story for children who love animals. You can tell the author does. The animals are curious, described specifically, and enjoy using their imaginations.
Elementary teacher, Lincoln, Nebraska
Saves the Day
I love the message of this book! Warren's mother tells him he will be important in his own way, and he is. It's a great way to talk about differences and talents. Warren the cat is unqiue and heroic. Highly recommend this book for ages 6-8.
Educator, Denver, CO
It pays to be different sometimes is a good message. My granddaughters -- all cat lovers--loved this oh-so-sweet tale. I recommend this book.
Educator, Denver, CO
Warren is back! How fun. I'm a Vet Tech and play the piano, so my son and I especially enjoyed Little Honker's desire for music. He has the perfect cat-titude.
Vet Tech, Aurora, CO
What a cute story! My daughter and I read this together and love it. The message that being a little bit different and following your passion is a great one for kids of all ages.
Nurse, Wellington, CO
This is a PURRfectly adorable story that young readers will love. It's fun to imagine cats creating the 'Sound of Mew-zic!
M J. Evans
Award-wining author of The Centaur Chronicles
Virginia White gives her readers the opportunity to celebrate Warren's uniqueness. This special cat has paws that march to the beat of a different drummer. The story of how Warren's love of music earns him a band of his own has messages of appreciation and sharing that are valuable for young readers.
Educator, Englewood, CO
A great book for animal lovers of all ages. It is educational as well as entertaining. Once you start reading, you can't pt it down! Extremely enjoyable.
Music Instructor, Denton, Nebraska
Warren's latest adventure with the newest residents and neighbors of his backyard will resonate with anyone still searching for his or her "tribe". Finding the people that you share things with is a challenge, but Warren takes that challenge and makes it look easy. You don't have to be just like your friends, but if you have one thing in common with each other, you have the seed to make a friendship grow. Find that one thing!
Elementary School Educator