Puss in Boots

When the millerʼs youngest son receives Puss as his inheritance, he says sadly, “How can I ever make a living with just this cat?” But Puss is no ordinary cat. “Have a pair of boots made for me,” he says “and get me a sack with a cord. If you do this you will never be unhappy again.” Puss proves as good as his word! Originally published in 1976. » BACK TO PICTURE BOOKS
Puss in Boots by Paul Galdone