Lilian Jackson Braun Message Board
Annmarie posts on 10/17/2010 9:21:39 PM
I was wondering if anyone knows why the last book "The Cat Who Smelled Smoke" with a date of 2008, was cancelled by the publisher?
mugschatz posts on 9/29/2010 11:52:27 AM
Qwill wrote and performed 'The Big Burning' in 'The Cat Who Went Into The Closet,' based on bits of information he and Koko found in the Gage mansion.
KittyMcBee posts on 9/29/2010 12:56:44 AM
Here's another one. In which book is the story (play) called The Big Burning?
KittyMcBee posts on 9/25/2010 3:32:01 AM
THANK YOU MOLLY. I knew someone would remember. Kitty
molly posts on 9/25/2010 2:36:53 AM
The story of pumkin is in Short and Tall Tales and I believe you will find it in The Cat Who Went Underground.
KittyMcBee posts on 9/24/2010 7:18:27 PM
Does anyone remember which book contains the oral history story about the cat called Pumpkin who rescued the girls in a dorm from fire? I need to find it for Halloween and don't have time to reread all the books to find it
Marjorie posts on 9/17/2010 11:51:53 AM
I have an extra hard back copy of the the cat with 60 whiskers. I would be happy to send it to you Dpelham.
Becky O'Grady posts on 9/17/2010 1:19:09 AM
I've joined a new book club. Our first book is The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern. I hadn't read it for a few years. It's great to revisit an old friend. However, as I read it, I keep thinking how much happier Qwill will be when he moves north!
Becky in Washington
dpelham posts on 8/31/2010 12:18:46 AM
I just managed to pick up Tales and Bombshell today. I also found Whiskers in hard cover, but I didn't buy it because I want the paperback set complete. I can't afford the hard cover set, but I may breakdown and get Whiskers just for the story.
mugschatz posts on 8/30/2010 9:29:57 AM
Eileen, please accept my condolences on the loss of your dear friend. I must admit, if I could choose my final sounds and the voices of family and friends around me was not an option, I would quite possibly select a Cat Who book read by my favorite narrator (and peacefully passing in one's sleep is about as good as it gets).
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