WOW - my book Bruce Finds A Home is going to be part of the Little Landers Literature programme! Along with illustrator Robyn Belton (whose beautiful book The ANZAC Violin is in stores now), I'm going to be teaming up with The Highlanders to bring the joy of reading to Dunedin's children (well, mum is. She will probably leave me at home).
Visit the Otago Daily Times website to find out more about Little Landers Literature.
Now that I have my own book out (Bruce Finds A Home), mum and dad have been going around schools and libraries to read it to children. But they never take me with them! Now they have two cute replicas to take along - one of me as a kitten and one of me as a grown-up. They were made by this clever lady. Aren't they cute?
You guys voted on your favourite photos on Facebook, and now here they are!
My story has been featured on all sorts of websites, but I never thought I'd be sharing my tale in the New Zealand Woman's Weekly! But my handsome face is featured three times in this week's edition. I have to say the photographer was a lot more professional than the usual amateurs (mum and dad) that I have to deal with. He did an excellent job capturing my sleek coat.
(My mum's in the article too, but I think we all know who the real star of the show is.)
Click here to find out more about 'Bruce Finds A Home'.
The New Zealand Woman's Weekly is giving away four copies of my children's picture book, 'Bruce Finds A Home'.
Pick up a copy of the magazine for entry details.
Lots of people have asked me how I changed colour from grey to black. This video reveals all!
Hello, my name's Bruce. Mum found me when I was just one day old. She and my dad are keeping me warm and fed with help from my other new human friends.
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