One of those rare picture books that resonates, in word and image, with the wisdom of myth and folklore, Catkin tells the story of a cat who is so small he can sit in the palm of a child's hand. Given to a farmer and his wife to keep watch over their baby girl, Catkin proves his merit when he must rescue the child from the merry, heedless Little People.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JoeCottonwood - LibraryThing
I'm no expert on children's picture books, but this one just didn't work for me. Or for my grandson, who as a bona fide child and book-lover is by definition an expert, at least in what he likes and ... Read full review
CATKINUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The Little People are not being intentionally cruel when they steal Carrie away from her parents. Being childless, the enchanted creatures can't understand the love that exists between a parent and ... Read full review