The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats

Genre: Children’s
Series: Christmas Cats #3
Source: Received for an honest review.
  • Series: Christmas Cats
  • Paperback: 24 pages
  • Publisher: Quad Cities’ Press; 1 edition (September 13, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098244480X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982444801
(Courtesy of Goodreads)
The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats is a Seuss-ical tale for young children which builds upon the morals of the first two Christmas Cats books (The Christmas Cats in Silly Hats and The Christmas Cats Chase Christmas Rats). Book One (The Christmas Cats in Silly Hats) stressed that twin sisters—or anyone— should learn to play together nicely. When one twin bit the other on the nose, it was a sign that a story about playing together nicely would be useful. Learning to cooperate is important for everyone. Book Two, The Christmas Cats Chase Christmas Rats, urges acceptance and advises against prejudice. “It’s best to be open and trusting and kind, and always to keep an open mind.” Learn to accept others in a non-judgmental, open-minded fashion. Book Three, The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats urges everyone to honor life in all its forms. Love and accept all God’s creatures. Some animals—(puppies and kitties come to mind)— are popular with nearly everyone. Others (spiders, lizards, bats, etc.) may not seem as worthy, but all are small cogs in the universe. Bats serve a very useful purposes in God’s grand scheme. All life should be valued. The bats of story three are just as deserving of respect and have as much of a right to life as any other creature on the planet. Check Connie Corcoran Wilson on Amazon for her projects for adult readers, and her dedicated website, www.ConnieCWilson.com. Follow Connie on Twitter at Connie Wilson Author. “Like” her Facebook and Pinterest pages at Connie Corcoran Wilson. Sign up for her blog (www.WeeklyWilson.com) where you can learn of new publications. You can contact Connie directly at EINNOC10@Aol.com.

MY THOUGHTS:

The Christmas Cats Encounter Bats

I thought it was a very good book. It was also very funny, and teaches you to leave God’s creatures alone because they help the earth and ecosystem.
I think this book would be great for Age group 4+. An enjoyable read!
A great book for Young children to help learn morals, the Ecosystem, and our beautiful Earth. An excellent book for educators and librarians alike, as well, as parents, and grandparents. A great book! Vivid pictures that you little ones will enjoy!
*Received for an honest review*
Rating: 5
Heat rating: N/A
Reviewed by: AprilR & Baby Girl, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
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