Before reviewing this book, the one and only time I had seen Pusheen was this meme that Dramafever shared back in April (which is absolutely what I do when I watch K-dramas) and didn't know the cat had a name:
There are 5 sections that allow you to get to know Pusheen, her friend/sibling Stormy, how to be a cat, etc. There's a collection of kitty horror stories, as well as some baking instructions. The book also includes handy tips on everything from uses for marshmallows to tech support.
The style kind of reminded me of the Scaredy Squirrel series, including his Guide to Christmas and Guide to Halloween. However, I think Pusheen is MUCH cuter, and funnier.
Anyone who has, or has had (like yours truly), a cat will really appreciate the situations Pusheen gets in. If you've read and enjoyed The Oatmeal's "My Dog, the Paradox", I think you'll like this.
Also, I really want this Ramyun-eating Pusheen T-shirt from HeyChickadee:
I Am Pusheen the Cat is published by Touchstone (an imprint of Simon & Schuster). Digital ARC provided by NetGalley.
Release Date: 10.29.2013