Contributor biographical information for My name is Bob / James Bowen & Garry Jenkins ; illustrated by Gerald Kelley.
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James Bowen was a homeless street musician who often didn't know where his next meal was coming from. He never dreamed his life would be turned around by a cat. But when Bob came into his life in 2007, James soon discovered that this seemingly ordinary street cat was exactly what he needed to make a change. Today the two can be found playing music in the streets of London and promoting the several books that have been written about their lives together.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Cats -- England -- London -- Juvenile fiction.
Human-animal relationships -- Juvenile fiction.
Cat owners -- England -- London -- Juvenile fiction.
Homeless men -- England -- London -- Juvenile fiction.
Street musicians -- England -- London -- Juvenile fiction.
Cats -- Fiction.
Human-animal relationships -- Fiction.
Cat owners -- Fiction.
Homeless men -- Fiction.
Street musicians -- Fiction.
Bowen, James, -- 1979- -- Fiction.
London (England) -- Fiction.