This reproduction of an 1890 book features cats and kittens in an alphabetic parade of charming adventures. It tells the eccentric tale of a beautiful "A for Angora" cat who overcomes jealousy and buckets of water to find love and happiness and is beautifully illustrated with cats playing banjoes, getting married, singing in a choir, and many other whimsical activities. This tender love story is highlighted with verses such as: "T stands for Trouble now over and past, and The Triumph of True Tender hearts at The Last," and "V is the Vanity Fluffy display When on a Visit her kittens you praise." The Victorians' love of cats is on full display in this fine addition to our popular series of shaped books
Laughing Elephant is a publisher of books, gifts, and stationery, emphasizing graphic design, great illustration and childhood, friendship and idealism. Laughing Elephant draws upon one of the largest private collections of picture books and pictorial ephemera, to create reproductions of, and products inspired by, vintage images from the Victorian age through the retro sixties.