Wild Beau and Her Kittens: The Kitty Tales Trilogy, #3
Reviewed by Marten Weldon (age 8) for Reader Views (6/12)
“Wild Beau and Her Kittens” by Peggy Krause is a very good book. When a group of cat friends ventured into the forest to help Soupy find his long-lost adopted son, a raccoon named Ferdinand, they found a very hungry mama cat named Beau and her two kittens. This book is about how the cats befriend and help Beau. It is also about Soupy’s search for Ferdinand. Will he ever find Ferdinand? Will Beau and her kittens survive?
The ending of the book is pretty funny. There was one cat that was kind of mean to Beau at the beginning of the book, but she gets a second chance in a surprising and nice way.
The pictures were very good. There aren’t very many, but they are very cute and funny. I looked at them for a long time. The cat on the cover who looks like she is winking really isn’t. You will have to read the book to find out why she looks that way.
I would recommend “Wild Beau and Her Kittens” by Peggy Krause to people who like adventures and cats. This was the third book in the series, and I was able to understand everything. Now I am dying to read the first two books.