In whatever May Sarton writes one can hear the human heart pulsing just below the surface. Washington Post Book World"In whatever May Sarton writes one can hear the human heart pulsing just below the surface. Washington Post Book World"Read Less
Good. A good copy with a tight and square binding. Text is clean but mildly yellowed. Previous owner's name has been marked out on reverse side of front cover. Covers have light edge wear. Careful packaging and fast shipping. We recommend EXPEDITED MAIL for even faster delivery.
30 years ago at a library old book sale, I bought this book for my 6 y/o daughter. We all loved it! When she moved out on her own she took it and I kept looking to buy another and now I found it. Any pet lover will relate to it, not just cat lovers. I'm so happy that The Fur Person came home again.
Jan 17, 2013
I keep a supply of this book on hand to give to people who love great writing and cats.
Mar 22, 2012
Great book for all ages!
This is an engaging story for any cat lover. The author also interprets cat behavior very well. Very, very enjoyable!
Feb 25, 2010
Very entertaining report on a very well researched subject.
Nov 22, 2009
I read this book for the 1st time over 25 years ago and I make it a point to read it annually because I enjoy it so much. I love the mind of Tom Jones as he goes through his life and experiences. Naturally, when I read it my cat is purring on my lap and we enjoy it together. This is my favorite book of all times. Light reading but oh so realistic into a cat's mind. My favorite part is when he see the toy mouse and gets ruffled because it is fake....but then, watch out.
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