Neko Roshi, the “greatest living master of the martial arts,” is a scruffy, old cat. After two young, strong warriors have tried and failed to dislodge a usurper rat from a lord’s castle, it’s Neko Roshi’s turn. He eats, sleeps, and watches the rat for so long that the lord becomes enraged. But in the end, Neko Roshi demonstrates that victory comes when you allow your opponents to defeat themselves. My son was so young when we read it the first time, he kind of missed the point, but he enjoyed the book just the same. And I appreciated how careful Kimmel was to credit and praise his source for this adaptation.
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