Books by Eve Titus

THE KITTEN WHO COULDN'T PURR by Eve Titus
ANIMALS
Released: March 22, 1991

"Lavish illustrations with nicely rendered landscapes and appealing animal characters. (Picture book. 2-6)"
From the author of the Anatole books, a simple story about a kitten who's sent away because his purrlessness seems rude; he asks several other animals in turn for help, finally learning how to wag his tail, which his small mistress (who obviously doesn't understand cats) accepts as thanks. Read full book review >
ANATOLE by Eve Titus
Kirkus Star
by Eve Titus, illustrated by Paul Galdone
Released: Aug. 1, 1956

"But the circumstances under which he carries out his project—to live up to his social responsibilities—have an unmistakable French savoir faire."
The logical thing for a mouse, especially a French one, to do is to taste cheese—as Anatole does. Read full book review >