It’s Logan’s turn to share his thoughts with you all today!
Kitty Stuck is a charming children’s book written by Emma Pullar and illustrated by her daughter, Beth.
Here’s the blurb …
A Spark In The Sand (2 Aug. 2018)
Kitty Stuck is a simple and fun rhyming tale for young readers about a calamitous cat who finds himself in some sticky situations. Fortunately, he has a wonderful and loving family to help him out.
Logan’s thoughts …
Kitty is crazy! I think he’s really funny and gets all over the place.
Winston (our family dog) would chase him all over and he’d have to hide from him all the time.
I like the pictures, they’re really funny and my favourite one is the one with the mouse sunbathing in his sunglasses! He’s so cute too!
I like that the cat is naughty but no one gets mad with him, he’s just being cheeky.
My thoughts …
Kitty Stuck is a sweet story about a cat who gets stuck everywhere!
Based on the real life pet of the author and her daughter, the illustrations in this book are so special, as is the story behind the creation of the book. Beth has a real talent and I hope that she continues to use it for more book sin the future.
As Logan said, my favourite part of this book is that it shows us no matter what we do, those who truly love us, will forgive us, which is an important lesson for children.
Huge thanks to the author for our spot on the tour!
You can get your copy now over at Amazon:
About the author …
Emma Pullar is a writer of dark fiction and children’s books. Her picture book, Curly from Shirley, went to number four on the national bestseller list and was named best opening lines by NZ Post. Emma’s horror story, London’s Crawling, published in the Dark Minds Charity collection was shortlisted for the SJV Award and a finalist for Create50. Another of Emma’s stories, Old Trees Don’t bend, was published in The Anthropocene Chronicles. Her horror story, WORMS, was a Twisted Vol2 WINNER and her short Sci-Fi story, Alterverse, was a Singularity50 WINNER. Her debut novel, Skeletal, was published by Bloodhound Books in autumn 2017. It’s part of a duology and book two will be out summer 2018.
Emma also writes articles for L V Hay and Bang2write.
Follow Emma on Twitter @EmmaStoryteller or Instagram @emmapullar_storyteller or fb Emma Pullar Storyteller or visit her website http://www.emmapullar.com