Friday 3 July 2015

Kitty Claus--Book Review

Kitty Claus


About the Book: Can Kitty Claus, the meanest cat around, learn what Christmas is all about? On a snowy Christmas Eve a fierce cat named Kitty Claus rules over a family of starving mice. Until a frightful crisis for the ferocious Kitty Claus is resolved when the father mouse rescues him from danger and transforms their adversity into a new bond of mutual friendship. This is a little story-poem of transformation, courage, and righteous behavior that generates the most positive outcome. Originally published in the award-winning book -PESKY POEMS- a collection by T. L. Needham.

What I Thought: Kitty Claus is a wonderful poetic story. I love books that give me warm heart tingles, books that are written in a whimsical way where magic flows from page to page. I especially enjoyed the heartwarming theme of helping those in need, no matter what color their fur is. The illustrations are exceptionally well done and fit the text of the book perfectly. Kitty Claus and his mice friends are charming and their tale is one everyone will love.

About the Author: T. L. Needham, is an award winning author and a native of Kansas City. He grew up with
tales of survival of his mother's family, who endured life during the 1920s and 1930s in western Kansas. This inspired him to write the historic memoir--When I Was A Child, which was honored with an HONORABLE MENTION in WRITER'S DIGEST INDIE BOOK AWARDS, plus a FINALISTS by USA BOOK NEWS--BEST BOOKS AWARD in the category of History-USA. In addition, this book has been awarded the BRONZE MEDAL by READERS FAVORITE, a national book review/literary critic/author services firm. Recently this book was awarded a GOLD MEDAL by Global Ebook Awards, and the cover was awarded an HONORABLE MENTION MEDAL.
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Other Books by the Author:

When I Was a Child
The She Wolf
Pesky Poems

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