February 9th, 2016
RedRover is excited to announce our new RedRover Readers program book, Nobody’s Cats: How One Little Black Kitty Came in from the Cold, written by Valerie Ingram and Alistair Schroff.
In Nobody’s Cats: How One Little Black Kitty Came in from the Cold, a little black kitty and many others like him roam the community without food, shelter or love. To some neighbors, they are known as “nobody’s cats.” When a young boy notices these cold and hungry cats, he takes it upon himself to ask questions and learn how he can make a difference in their lives. With help from some adults in the community, the boy is able to provide for these cats in need. The boy’s family gives the little black kitty a forever home, and the boy continues to show the community how to be a superhero for the other community cats. The book discusses themes of stray and feral cats, curiosity and respect for animals.
Special thank you to Valerie Ingram and Alistair Schroff for writing this example of humane-themed literature.
Volunteers and teachers trained to implement the RedRover Readers program now have access to the Discussion and Activity Guide for Nobody’s Cats: How One Little Black Kitty Came in from the Cold, along with our 15 other program books.
We’d love to know: Who do you plan to read this new book with?
Email email@example.com to order Nobody’s Cats: How One Little Black Kitty Came in from the Cold.
View more books with humane themes on RedRover’s Recommended Books with Humane Themes book list.
Learn more about the RedRover Readers program and our upcoming online training course beginning in March.
Contact RedRover’s Education Coordinator with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.