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Wild Beau and Her Kittens: The Kitty Tales Trilogy (Black & White Version) [Kindle Edition]

Peggy A. Krause
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Winner of the 2012 National Indie Excellence Finalist Award!
Winner of the 2013 National Reader Views Choice Award!
Winner of the 2013 National Beverly Hills Book Award!
“Wild Beau and Her Kittens” is the third book in Author Peggy Krause’ “The Kitty Tales Trilogy” for 7 to 11 year old boys and girls. Poor Beau is a scruffy, hungry cat living in the forest preserve trying to take care of her two tiny kittens all on her own. It’s very challenging being a cat without an owner or a warm, dry house to live in. The cat friends, Soupy, Lila, Lola, Puff Puff, and Spider Man stumble across Beau one day while on a trip to the forest preserve to find Soupy’s foster raccoon-son, Ferdinand. Seeing how thin and battered Beau is from living outside, the cats make it their project to help Beau and her kittens in every way they can.

The first book in the Trilogy, “Finding My Molly,” centers around a cat named Soupy, who is not permitted to go outdoors. One day the front door is accidentally left open and Soupy cannot resist seeing what it’s like outside. No sooner does he decide that being outside is wonderful, when he is chased by a monstrous cat-eating beast (a large dog). Soupy runs so far trying to escape the monster that he gets lost and must live in a hollow log in the forest. He must form a plan to find his way back home to little Molly, his beloved human-kitten. The next day, though, Soupy finds a tiny, helpless, orphaned raccoon in the forest. Soupy is now torn; raise the baby, named Ferdinand, or find his way home? He can’t do both at the same time. He knows his Molly would never abandon a helpless baby, so neither will he.

The second book, “The Scruffy Little Crumb-Grabbers,” centers around a chubby cat named Spider Man who acquired his name from his owner Marcy’s two little grandchildren, Ruby and Frankie. Marcy spoils Spider Man with the nicest cat toys and treats she can find, so he has a very happy life … until one day when Ruby and Frankie have to move in with Marcy. Whenever the children see Spider Man, they squeal in delight and instantly chase him. Their “loving” hugs cause Spider Man’s eyes to bulge out of his head, so he is forced to spend much of his days running from the children. One day, Ruby and Frankie’s mischievous ways get them into a dangerous situation, and they desperately need Spider Man’s help. He is the only one there who can save them. Will Spider Man rise above his dislike for the children and come to their rescue?

All three books are written from the 5 main cat characters’ perspective, and children enjoy seeing the world anew through a cat’s eyes. Children also love the books because the author writes them to be funny and fast-paced. Parents and teachers highly recommend The Kitty Tales Trilogy because of the many messages of kindness throughout the stories.

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About the Author

Author Peggy Krause loves animals and children - and children, in turn, are naturally drawn to her animated personality and quirky sense of humor. This quirky sense of humor is evident in every chapter of her funny and fast-paced children’s books in “The Kitty Tales Trilogy”) written for 7 to 11 year boys and girls. Parents and teachers highly recommend the books because of their many messages of kindness throughout the stories. She writes her books so that they not only entertain, but also make the children think. She writes them as timeless lessons about love and loyalty and responsibility toward animals. Peggy’s first book, Finding My Molly, is on the National Humane Education Society's recommended reading list, and The Scruffy Little Crumb-Grabbers recently won the National Indie Excellence Finalist Book Award! Believe it or not, all the crazy antics of the children, Ruby and Frankie, in The Scruffy Little Crumb-Grabbers are true stories from the author’s life! The author is an animal rights activist and devotes several hours each week volunteering at a nearby animal shelter. She is quite in tune with the feline psyche and has captured all of their adorable idiosyncrasies within the characters of her books for the enjoyment of children and cat-lovers everywhere. The author lives in a suburb of Chicago with her four cats, The Pleasingly Plump Clementine Clump, Clive, Lovie-Dovie, and Monkey. Peggy’s daughter married four years ago and she is anxiously awaiting grandchildren to play with.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 924 KB
  • Print Length: 174 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007O072KA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,139,674 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wild Beau and Her Kittens 1 May 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
A lovely story about a band of cat's friends who decide to help one of their own, Soupy, find his `son' Ferdinand in the forest, but instead they come across wild Beau and her kittens. Her sad tale of hardship and ill-treatment by animals as well as humans has made her very timid and mistrustful. But the band of cats look after her and give her food until eventually through their kindness she learns to trust again.
They convince her to leave her imaginary colourful cat friends in the forest, who have been her only happiness and follow them home to the scary world of humans, where they assure her she and her kittens will be looked after. But there are hidden dangers lurking on high, on the way.
Gradually the cat loving human owners take in her kittens and gain the trust of Beau, teaching her that there are caring humans after all.
With a happy ending, even for Soupy, this book is delightful; the story is great with firm moral undertones and the message of love to all animals weaves soundly through all the pages.
I really enjoyed reading this beautifully written book with lovely colourful illustrations and can understand why Peggy Krause's books are so popular
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wild Beau and Her Kittens 1 May 2012
Format:Paperback
A lovely story about a band of cat's friends who decide to help one of their own, Soupy, find his `son' Ferdinand in the forest, but instead they come across wild Beau and her kittens. Her sad tale of hardship and ill-treatment by animals as well as humans has made her very timid and mistrustful. But the band of cats look after her and give her food until eventually through their kindness she learns to trust again.
They convince her to leave her imaginary colourful cat friends in the forest, who have been her only happiness and follow them home to the scary world of humans, where they assure her she and her kittens will be looked after. But there are hidden dangers lurking on high, on the way.
Gradually the cat loving human owners take in her kittens and gain the trust of Beau, teaching her that there are caring humans after all.
With a happy ending, even for Soupy, this book is delightful; the story is great with firm moral undertones and the message of love to all animals weaves soundly through all the pages.
I really enjoyed reading this beautifully written book with lovely colourful illustrations and can understand why Peggy Krause's books are so popular
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice and pleasant book, fulfilled expectations. 1 Jan. 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Good book for children with an interest with animals, predictably aimed at the 7-10 age range with limited vocabulary and basic storyline. Enjoyable for readers just wanting to relax, as made adequately spread out so one can take everything in.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good story and cute illustrations 8 April 2012
By critters - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The story is good and has good critter rescue/humane themes; the illustrations are colorful and are very nicely done. What's not to like?!! VERY highly recommended!
5.0 out of 5 stars Wild Beau and Her Kittens 1 May 2012
By Susan Keefe - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
A lovely story about a band of cat's friends who decide to help one of their own, Soupy, find his `son' Ferdinand in the forest, but instead they come across wild Beau and her kittens. Her sad tale of hardship and ill-treatment by animals as well as humans has made her very timid and mistrustful. But the band of cats look after her and give her food until eventually through their kindness she learns to trust again.
They convince her to leave her imaginary colourful cat friends in the forest, who have been her only happiness and follow them home to the scary world of humans, where they assure her she and her kittens will be looked after. But there are hidden dangers lurking on high, on the way.
Gradually the cat loving human owners take in her kittens and gain the trust of Beau, teaching her that there are caring humans after all.
With a happy ending, even for Soupy, this book is delightful; the story is great with firm moral undertones and the message of love to all animals weaves soundly through all the pages.
I really enjoyed reading this beautifully written book with lovely colourful illustrations and can understand why Peggy Krause's books are so popular
5.0 out of 5 stars Good messages 6 May 2013
By Muriel Koval - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Lots of good messages about being kind to animals, which I think is very important to teach little children. The author has written a very enjoyable story that I recommend.
5.0 out of 5 stars You and your children will LOVE this book! 28 Mar. 2012
By Betsy S. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
My children and I just LOVED this book! I hope this author keeps on writing. This book is very exciting and sweet. Once again, the author sneaks in many messages of kindness to animals throughout this story. This is so important to teach children. My sons wanted to read this book a second time right away because they enjoyed it so much.
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