Readers first met James Bowen and his adopted tomcat Bob in the bestselling A Street Cat Named Bob
, a touching story about the street musician (and recovering drug addict) whose life was transformed when Bob came into his life. In The Little Book of Bob
, Bowen gives us bite-sized bits of wisdom gleaned from the orange tabby and their relationship together—anecdotes about friendship, outlook, and everyday life, including "you can't lose a real friend," "stay open to change,"
and "wisdom is the daughter of experience."