It was a book. But it wasn’t like any book I had ever seen before. It was such a dark, dark blue that it looked almost black, like the sky at night. It had gold stars and moons along the back edge, and twisting silver designs on the front and back that looked like writing from a long time ago.
Knights of the Kitchen Table
*** I like to use asterisks because they remind me of stars. ***
The Incredible Magic of Being
“Never doubt your starry aim, Emma Pearl Casey.”
The Key to Extraordinary
Her magic doors took many different forms, but the way to the roost was always the same: a small yellow door with a black latch and matching hinges in the shape of stars.
The Door to the Lost
Cat found, to his dismay, that he was holding a large striped cat by the tail. He had its head tucked under his chin, and he was sawing at its back with the violin bow.
Diana Wynne Jones
The cat came in through the broken window, flowing like oily orange smoke, claws unsheathed, teeth bared.
The Maloneys’ Magical Weatherbox
It seemed that the show-off cat had been telling the truth; she really was working for the government.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop
“I am ashamed when I think that I called such a cat a goblin,” he thought. “Why, she is more virtuous than a priest.”
The Cat Who Went to Heaven
By the Queen and her court, what kind of a name is Bubbles for a creature like this? Lucifer or Bloodclaw Reddifang would be more appropriate.
Diary of a Mad Brownie