Publisher description for My name is Bob / James Bowen & Garry Jenkins ; illustrated by Gerald Kelley.
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Inspired by the heartwarming true story of James Bowen, and his New York Times Best Seller A Street Cat Named Bob: And How He Saved My Life, this picture book explores the familiar tale from a different point of view...Bob's!
James and Bob are the best of friends--everywhere James goes, Bob the cat goes with him. But life wasn't always so happy for the scarf-loving tabby. In My Name is Bob, we learn what Bob's life was like before he found James. After his world was suddenly turned upside down, Bob found himself living alone on the street. His search for a new home ended when he met James, a street musician who needed Bob just as much as Bob needed him. Both children and adults will love this story of true friendship and second chances. A moving and uplifting tale (tail!) that will melt your heart.
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.