Usher’s writing and illustrations evoke the work of the late Maurice Sendak and effortlessly leap from reality to imagination. . . whimsical.
—School Library Journal
When the narrator and Granddad catsit for the day, things get a little wild. . . the watercolor-and-ink illustrations seem to channel Quentin Blake’s style. . . Wild, yes, but a gentle read, too.
Tranquil, winsome illustrations that evoke Quentin Blake and Stephen Kellogg light up this story about getting along with our furry friends.