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Beware of cat : and other encounters of a letter carrier
Wyckoff, Vincent
Adult Nonfiction HE6241 .W93 2007

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Linda B. said:
Wyckoff has delivered mail to the same neighborhood in south Minneapolis for over 15 years. He has come to know the adults and children of the houses he delivers to, and has become a fixture in the neighborhood. Wyckoff describes the physical challenges of his job, being outside every day in all kinds of weather. And he describes the encounters he has with difficult dogs and a cat. It is obvious from his stories that the author has become personally involved with some of his people, and that they look forward to seeing him every day. His adventures are described in short, episodic chapters.
posted Dec 18, 2007 at 5:16PM
AMR said:
This book is fabulous. A gem to be plucked off the shelf and enjoyed. Its great to read aloud - I read it aloud to my partner on car trips or in the evening. His writing style definitely lends itself to oral presentation. The way its written makes it easy to read a chapter at a time. Aside from one or two very small references, the chapters don’t intertwine so if you read one chapter then don’t pick it up again for a week, you won’t be trying to remember what happened before. This book would make a great gift.
posted Apr 15, 2008 at 4:37PM
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