Thursday, August 14, 2014

Review: The Perpetual Papers of the Pack of Pets

The Perpetual Papers of the Pack of Pets
By Stanley & Katrina

Page count: 106
Age: K-4


An overbearing but polite housecat and a contented dog share a house and owners. After three years of living in the same home, they begin exchanging letters instead of talking to each other. Katrina von Cat, the Master of Wisdom and Knowledge, is a gray tabby cat and self-appointed character judge. Stanley, a rottweiler/lab mix is simply happy being a dog and eating Katrina’s food. The exchanged letters cover a slew of topics, from Katrina taking Stanley to Kitty Court, to the duo’s first experience in a pet show.  

The book is very creatively written in its format and style, as the letters are written from the perspective of the animals and interspersed with narrator text. The salutations and closings of the letters are clever and funny. They left me laughing several times. 


Overall it was a quick and entertaining read. I recommend it for a parent to read aloud or for a beginning reader to try on their own. It is truly an original for animal lovers. 



5 comments:

  1. Thank you for reviewing my book, and for the great review, Kristen.
    Felicia

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    1. You're welcome Felicia. Your book was wonderful and I hope you enjoy Odie's stories as much as I enjoyed yours.

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  2. Kristen, I totally agree! This is a VERY entertaining read and perfect for young readers or as a read aloud. I found myself giggling often myself and am SO impressed with the creativity and ability of the young author :D

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to read the review!

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