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It's a Catastrophe Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 8 - 18|
|Grade Level: 4 - 12|
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The book included colour photos of the cats in the beginning of the book which was such a sweet touch.
It really helped get a feel for the different cats, and their personalities.
I was really impressed with how well this book flowed. Conversations between the cats felt completely normal. Like a conversation you would expect to hear. Pretty incredible given cats and dogs don't actually talk. But the author nailed it.
I laughed and awwed over their crazy, cooky and sweet personalities.
I loved the way the book handled the cats dealing with differences, bullying, helping others, and over coming fears.
Exactly the kind of things kids need help coping with.
A great series for children that I can not recommend enough.
I would love to see the cats (and dogs) series continue tackling other issues.
Well written and a fun read.
Each character is not only beautifully illustrated with gorgeous full color drawings available in the book and at the Cast Website , these illustrations are incredibly well-matched to the voices and visions I had of the characters while I was reading the book. Sibel Hodge has used her skill to craft characters that are both unique and three-dimensional, with a "fun with words" approach in naming, sliding puns and creating sections of the book that are near musical in meter and pace.
A book that will appeal to young readers with the appeal of books like Wind in the Willows, or Charlotte's Web, this book would also be an ideal book to read with your children who may be too young to tackle a book over 100 pages alone. With clever word play, and the ability to craft a story that holds interest, even older animal lovers will find joys in this book.
I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review as part of the Indie Author Rocks promotions on my blog, I am, Indeed. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.