In his most famous book, I and Thou, the philosopher Martin Buber tells of his ability to talk to animals, plants, and even stones and how that ability eventually helped him to talk to other people and to God. Tarcov’s picture book biography tells about Buber from the point of view of one of his cats. Buber loved cats. He had nine of them. Ketem the cat helps Buber discover and keep that balance between his love of animals and his desire to be there for his fellow humans.
Professor Buber and His Cats
- From the Publisher
September 1, 2021
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