After her father returns from the war, a young girl heads off one morning to go hunting with the man wh is practically a stranger. They share a magical day, becoming reacquainted as father and daughter in the process. In some ways, the story reminds me of OWL MOON: spare and lyrical with breathtaking illustrations by Bagram Ibatoulline (who did the ones for Kate DiCamillo's MIRACULOUS JOURNEY OF EDWRD TULANE). Quiet, reflective, and musical: this is the hallmark of Lowry's writing.
UJrsula LeGuin offers some insight into the content of a cat's dream in this cozy picture book. Cats dream of huge bowls of kibble and cream, of being lulled to sleep by a flock of jays, of raining mice. Most of all, cats love to seek out the safety of a beloved lap for good dreams and gentle purring.