Clark’s Hill Cat (ePUB)

$3.95

“Creative” “Amusing” “Humorous”

Pee Wee, the Clark’s Hill Cat narrates his story as the feisty owner of the Raymond Family of Stamford, Connecticut during World War II.

Pee Wee, The Clark’s Hill Cat is a cat’s tale, a new literary category we call “feline historic fiction,” as told by himself to Faith R. Connors, author of Flavors of the Fjords and Love, Midgie.

“I love the story,” explained Ginny Brinkley, author of Earth Quest and Goddess.  “It’s very creative and amusing.  I could just see the kitty and his mischievous acts!  What I loved best was that it reminded me of the many adventures we had with our cat, Purr Purr, that I grew up with and lived to age 17.  Many of his antics I had forgotten and the story was a great reminder.  I am amazed that you remembered so much!”

Actually, the story was the outcome of Connors’ discovery as a young girl that she knew what her cat was thinking. The result is a gripping tale of cat life in the Raymond household in Stamford, Connecticut during World War II.

From blackouts and Victory Gardens, to a Sailor “borrowing” the family car, Pee Wee shares his unique experiences and outlook.

Bibliographic Information

Book Title: Clark’s Hill Cat: Pee Wee on the Home Front in WWII

Author: Faith R. Connors, MAT

Copyright: 2018, BelleAire Press

eBook ISBN-13:  978-0-9640138-6-5

Number of pages:  Approximately 77 depending on reading device.

Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.

Included format: EPUB, PDF.

ebooks can be used on all reading devices.

Immediate eBook download after purchase.

Description

Author: Faith R. Connors, MAT

Based on actual events, Clark’s Hill Cat is a humorous, tongue-in-cheek “as told to” story of Pee Wee, the Clark’s Hill Cat who narrates his story as the cool, feisty, sometimes snarky owner of the Raymond Family of Stamford, Connecticut during WW II.

About this book

Pee Wee, The Clark’s Hill Cat is a cat’s tale, as told by himself to author Faith Connors. Actually, the story was the outcome of Connors’ discovery as a young girl that she knew what her cat was thinking. Clark’s Hill Cat is a gripping tale of cat life in the Raymond household in Stamford, Connecticut during World War II. From blackouts and Victory Gardens, to a Sailor “borrowing” the family car, Pee Wee shares his unique experiences and outlook.

As told by Pee Wee, but all true.

The author’s unique voice in combining actual events during WWII in Stamford, Connecticut, with the “now it can be revealed” narration by a sometimes sage, often snarky, cat mis-named Pee Wee, required the creation of an entirely new genre of literature: “Feline Historic Fiction.”

We were pleased that the BelleAire Press “Cat-itorial Review Board” recently granted its CRB Seal of Excellence to a new work of feline historic fiction by Faith R. Connors, author of Flavors of the Fjords and Love, Midgie.

List of Chapters

Clark’s Hill Cat Table of Contents

Who This Book Is For

If you love cats.  If you love their independence.  If you have a sense of humor and have ever wondered what your cat was really thinking.

If you want to remember much loved cats in your own life.  “I love the story,” explained Ginny Brinkley, author of Earth Quest and Goddess.  “It’s very creative and amusing.  I could just see the kitty and his mischievous acts!  What I loved best was that it reminded me of the many adventures we had with our cat, Purr Purr, that I grew up with and lived to age 17.

BelleAire Press Cat-itorial Review Board Seal

We believe you will agree with the BP CRB that Pee Wee’s tale is not too long, not too short, but just right.

“Why do you want to read a book by me?” Pee Wee asks. “Is it because I am a cat?

Well, yes Pee Wee, it is.