By James Bowen
Bob Fever has swept the globe, with A highway Cat Named Bob vaulting its approach to #7 at the long island occasions bestseller checklist in its first week on sale. With rights bought to 27 nations worldwide and a best spot at the British bestseller checklist for greater than a yr, this publication has been a smashing good fortune around the globe. As road Cat Bob and James spend a chilly and difficult December at the streets jointly, James once again attracts energy and notion from his impressive cat—learning very important classes concerning the actual that means of Christmas alongside the way.
From the day James rescued a highway cat deserted within the hallway of his sheltered lodging, they begun a friendship which has remodeled either their lives and, during the bestselling books A highway Cat Named Bob and the area in accordance with Bob, touched thousands round the world.
In this new tale in their trip jointly, James appears to be like again on the final Christmas they spent scraping a residing at the streets and the way Bob helped him via considered one of his hardest times—providing power, friendship and thought but in addition educating him very important classes in regards to the actual which means of Christmas alongside the way.
Readers who fell in love with Dewey and Marley, in addition to the masses of millions of lovers who learn A highway Cat Named Bob and the realm in response to Bob, may be wanting to learn the following chapters within the lifetime of James and Bob.
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A Gift from Bob: How a Street Cat Helped One Man Learn the Meaning of Christmas by James Bowen