NEW YORK (PRWEB) June 14, 2019
Neena Unchanin, a passionate writer living with her family in British Columbia, has completed her book “Lucky the Cat’s Book of Poetry: Book Number 1”: a trio of poems dedicated to s sweet and savvy cat whose exceptional and unpredictable personality enriched the lives of his family members.
The inspiration for the poems in this book came from real life.
“The Computer Guy” was written after Lucky was chasing a cursor with his paw, which was moved all over the screen by the mouse. It was written in a matter of minutes, and not one word was ever changed.
“Lucky the Meteorologist” poem was inspired by the unpredictable Vancouver weather. Even the best meteorologists are not always able to tell what kind of weather one can expect over the weekend; therefore it is sometimes hard to make picnic plans in British Columbia.
“Tiana” poem is dedicated to her smart and beautiful daughter, Tiana, whom Lucky loved so much and with whom he had spent hours and hours staring into her books while she was in school “helping her with her studies,” how Neena liked to say.
Additional characters in the poems are also real-life pets. Becky came to live with family seven years ago, and he is one beautiful and smart tomcat. Max is their friend’s cat and also close cousin of Becky. He is so cute and sympathetic. Vinnie is Tiana’s little dog whom they all adore.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Neena Unchanin’s book is a charming addition to any young animal-lover’s library.
Readers who wish to experience this entertaining work can purchase “Lucky the Cat’s Book of Poetry: Book Number 1” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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