- File Size: 2582 KB
- Print Length: 24 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 14, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07Z4TCKP3
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #627,819 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Kiki the Kitten Never Gives Up: funny stories for kids with morals (reader books for kids 3-5) Kindle Edition
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The inviting story opens with ‘Little Kiki was a kitten with fur the colour of gray. She loved to run around her home and she also loved to play.’ When her Mama asks her to climb a flight of stairs, Kiki feared the height, crying the task was too difficult. Her supportive Mama encourages her to take it one step at a time and when Kiki tries the first step she falls, but with each attempt she gains confidence and finally, with extra effort, she makes it to the top of the stairs. Mama is proud of Kiki and says, “You must never give up hope and learn to persevere. Try to build your patience and work your way through fear.’
A new character and another entertaining and learning story from Kelly Curtiss. Children with love the images and story – and learn a valuable trait! Highly recommended. Grady Harp, October 19
Top international reviews
It is a rhyming story which flows very well, this is always the children's favourite kind of book. As a character Kiki is very sweet and the children love to see the little cat trying to do her best which is good to show them how it doesn't matter if you can't do it at first as you can succeed in the end. I liked how Kiki's parents were very supportive of her too but also gave her space to try for herself as I think this is the best way to learn and it's good that the children see this.
Having it not being a smooth journey for Kiki is nice to see in a children's story as it gives it a more realistic and relatable feel for the children and is encouraging as I think children want to succeed in everything first time these days. This book shows very well that you just have to be the best you can be with some kind words for encouragement.
The illustrations in this book are cute and mostly based around the cat and the stairs. This doesn't sound like the most interesting pictures for the children to look at but it really works. With the emotions shown so well on Kiki's face and the bright and fun pages between Kiki's tries it kept the children's interest throughout.
This is a great story for young children to show how important it is to persevere, even when it may seem impossible. A lovely rhyming story with a great message.