"Leonardo's Cat" by Sharon Wooding
Leonardo da Vinci’s innumerable drawings of cats express the Renaissance master’s fondness for felines. Sharon Wooding has taken da Vinci’s love for cats to heart in the form of the hero of her story, a cat named Micio, Leonardo’s faithful furry companion. Through the eyes of an unusual (and rather endearing) protagonist, Wooding captures the incredible atmosphere of Renaissance Florence and crafts a surprisingly tender tale. Complete with beautiful watercolor illustrations, “Leonardo’s Cat” is highly enjoyable for adults and children alike.
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