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on 1 May 2012
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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on 1 May 2012
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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on 1 January 2013
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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