Uncle Andy's Cats

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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It all started with a little blue cat named Hester. Then along came Sam, and it was love at first sight? and lots of little Sams! While the cats are perfectly happy stampeding through Uncle Andy?s art studio and frolicking among his soup boxes, the humans know things have to change. So Uncle Andy devises a brilliant plan to make his cats famous?and easier to find homes for.

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.

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Review: Uncle Andy's Cats

User Review  - Tracy - Goodreads

So, I added this by mistake, but it turns out we own it! I like this story also because it gives a little insight into the private life of Andy Warhol, he had a bunch of cats all named Sam. Read full review

Review: Uncle Andy's Cats

User Review  - Rachael Stein - Goodreads

I love the gentle, otherworldly portrait that Warhola paints of his famous Uncle Andy. He makes a perfect picture book character. Read full review

About the author (2009)

James Warhola wrote and illustrated Uncle Andy's: A faabbbulous visit with Andy Warhol, a Book Sense 76 selection. He lives in Tivoli, New York.
James Warhola wrote and illustrated Uncle Andy's: A faabbbulous visit with Andy Warhol, a Book Sense 76 selection. He lives in Tivoli, New York.

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