Uncle Andy's Cats
Publication Date: July 9, 2009
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James Warhola's childhood memories of trips to New York City to visit his uncle, Andy Warhol, inspired this warm, funny story of the famous artist's house full of cats. Kids will pore over the illustrations trying to spot all the Sams, as well as some very clever mice.
James Warhola is the illustrator of "If You Hopped Like a Frog" and "The Christmas Blizzard,"
Scrambling around an eccentric uncle's tall, skinny row house would be a treat for any kid — all the more so if your uncle were Andy Warhol, and the house, his art studio. James Warhola is just that nephew, and in a new book, called Uncle Andy's Cats, Mr. Warhola writes of the fun he had visiting his Uncle Andy. Host Scott Simon speaks with Weekend Edition's ambassador to the world of kiddie literature, Daniel Pinkwater, about a new book for children called Uncle Andy's Cats. More at NPR.org
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