The story begins with a cat, a cat without a name, noticing how life has changed since the evil sponges came and took all the water out of the town. At first it doesn't bother him, but the monotony of things finally drives him to take action. He sets out on a bold journey to find these sponges and have the water returned to the town. At least then things wouldn't be so dull and boring. Along the way he meets some individuals that make him take a closer look at himself. In the end the cat is not the same cat that started out, although his mission is still the same.
For those of you who are looking for something spiritual, you won't be passed by. Although much of the spiritual lessons are cleverly woven into the story plot, the lessons are there just the same. For that reason adults can read this book and be satisfied. With name changes, heart changes, castles, kingdoms, evil sponges, talking creatures you and your young ones will be sure to enjoy THE CAT THAT MADE NOTHING SOMETHING AGAIN. There is humor, sadness, friendships, even some odd battles that make up one of the most enjoyable fairytale like stories I've read in a long time. Parents and adults, keep your eyes on the little things in the story. It's not long at all and can probably be read in a single sitting, but you can stretch it out if your young ones get antsy. The pace is nearly perfect. James Maxon has written something that children will treasure for years to come.
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