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McKissack and beautifully illustrated by Christopher Cyr, "Who Will Bell The Cat?" will prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to family, daycare center, preschool, elementary school, and community library picture book collections for children ages 4 to 8.
But who will bell the cat? Many mice try and fail--Wee Mouse, Tiny Mouse and Teeny Mouse narrowly escape--and even the nearby Rat Pack is no help.
But, alas, one question remained: Who will bell the cat or how to bell the cat?Thus, a grand master-plan was left asunder with this unanswered question, leaving behind a big problem unsolved: Transfixed, a 'ready, steady, go'stood standstill.
Who will bell the cat?; a manager's toolkit for strategy formation and execution.
For business managers and management students, Siddiqui, who is associated with an innovative training and consulting company and has worked in senior positions in the public and private sector in India, uses the children's fable, "Who Will Bell the Cat?" in which mice come up with a strategy to put a bell around a cat's neck, to present solutions for business strategy issues from strategy formation to execution.
Who Will Bell the Cat? receives lovely drawings by Christopher Cyr that enhance the fun story of clever barn mice who make a collar with a bell to warn them when the cat is coming.