Review: The Home-Alone Kitten

cover-the home alone kittenTitle: The Home-Alone Kitten
Author: Tina Nolan
Series: Animal Rescue #2
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Age: 7+
Available: March 10th

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Abandoned, lost, neglected? There’s always a home at Animal Magic!

In a perfect world there’d be no need for Animal Magic Rescue Center. But Eva and Karl Harrison, who live at the center with their parents, know that life isn’t perfect. Every day there’s a new arrival in need of their help.

When soccer star Jake Adams cancels his appearance at Animal Magic’s Open Day, Eva turns detective. But when she arrives at Jake’s house all she finds is his ginger kitten, Charlie, locked out and miaowing on the doorstep…!

Heart-warming animal stories, perfect for fans of Holly Webb and Magical Animal Friends.


Source: ARC from Little Tiger via NetGalley

The Harrison family are back in their second adventure. This time everyone is busy getting ready for Animal Magic’s big open day, hoping to entice visitors to come and see the sanctuary and hopefully take home a new pet too. But just when Eva and Karl think they have enough to do, taking care of feral kittens and dealing with a cholicy pony, disaster strikes – the big football star who promised to show up to their open day isn’t coming!

Determined to discover out what’s going on, Eva and Karl head to the footballer’s house. Only to find it empty, and their newly adopted kitten outside and all alone.

Like the first book, this story is full of fun and animal antics. This time it’s Eva who is intent on solving the mystery and trying to save the day. Animal lovers will find plenty to enjoy here, the story has a good pace to keep readers interested and it’s full of useful information for budding animal carers. In all this seems to be a sweet, not too difficult series for pet loving children to enjoy. I liked it.


The Home-Alone Kitten is out March 10th!
Visit Tina Nolan for more details.

 

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