Alberta, Canada (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Cat ownership has indeed changes the lives of millions of people all over the world. It has been reported that pets do have a positive effect on the health and wellbeing of their owners. There have been several evidences and studies conducted that have led to the conclusion that living with pets do relieve certain psychological conditions and physical anomalies such as hypertension and obesity. In line with this, a delightful book is now available as author A. Ziggy Book presents “Sam the Cat.”
In this children’s book, readers will encounter the endearing qualities of an extraordinary cat named Sam, which lives in a farm run by Farmer Billy and his wife Lily. Although her husband would be somehow annoyed by Sam’s fastidious eating habits, Lily does not mind the little cat’s humungous appetite for food. Readers will be thrilled to find out how Sam relates to the other felines in the household and how each one of them has distinct qualities that make them unique and adorable pets.
A fun and stimulating book that teaches youngsters about the beauty of cat ownership and how these animals can add color into one’s life, this riveting must-read will indeed open a whole new understanding in the minds of children, learning that pets are treated and loved just like family members.
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About the Author
Being a farm wife for most of her life, A. Ziggy Book enjoys writing stories based on farm animals and the experiences she had on the farm. Now retired, she fills her time writing children's farm stories and participating as an active member of the local writers’ club. Book has always loved writing for children. She currently resides with her husband in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.
Sam the Cat * by A. Ziggy Book
Publication Date: 10/5/2012
Picture Book; $ 15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-2743-8
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-2744-5
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