Puss in Boots

By John Cech (Retold by); Bernhard Oberdieck (Illustrator)
(Sterling, Hardcover, 9781402744365, 32pp.)

Publication Date: April 2010

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Description

When a poor miller dies, he has nothing to leave his son but a catbut, fortunately, it’s a very smart cat.  With just a pair of boots, a feathered hat, and a cloth bag, the wily Puss changes his master’s luck, transforming him from a peasant into a prince.

John Cech and Bernhard Oberdieck, who created the critically acclaimed Classic Fairy Collection’s version of The Princess and the Pea, have teamed up once again to present a clever and enchanting retelling of one of the oldest fairy tales of all.




About the Author
John Cech is Associate Professor of English at the University of Florida, editor of American Writers for Children, 1900-1960, volume 22 in the Dictionary of Literary Biography series, and a past president of the Children's Literature Association. His two most recent children's books are Django (with Sharon McGinley-Nally) and Jacque-Henri Lartigue: Boy with a Camera (1994).

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