Blog Tour: Little Kitty the Cat Burglar – Caterina Longtail

September 21, 2016 Book Reviews 0

Little Kitty~kindle cover2What they say:

Little Kitty wouldn’t exactly call herself a cat burglar. She just likes to bring back the occasional gift for her humans…

A lovely story for younger readers and adults alike – perfect for reading together. Beautifully illustrated by Catie Atkinson and designed by Rachel Lawston.

What we say – review by Nikki Mason:

Well, not only is this a delightful story for kids, it’s also for a super good cause: 100% of the money raised from its sales will go to Alzheimer’s Research UK – why wouldn’t you buy this book?

I read the story with my 6-year-old niece and she found the story a lot of fun and it fully held her attention. It was a fun book to read for me because I got to help act out Little Kitty’s feline movements and personality traits, which are so beautifully described. Adults reading this will be thrilled at the wittily attributed qualities of the cat: the vanity, the self-importance and the sense of entitlement.

My favourite feature of the book was the relationship between the endearingly cheeky kitten and her elderly neighbour, which left both my niece and I feeling all warm and fuzzy.

Little Kitty~kindle cover2

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The book was written by a group of authors who donated their time free of charge. Each author wrote a chapter of the book. 100% proceeds of the sale of the book are donated to Alzheimer’s Research UK. The authors are: Suzan Collins, Tottie Limejuice, Jo Wilde, JB Johnston, Lucy Rayner, Ros Lyons, Ann Bowyer and Tracy Terry. Together, they became known as Caterina Longtail! The book was edited by Jaine Keskeys.




Check out Alzheimer’s Research UK

‘We are the UK’s leading research charity aiming to defeat dementia. We power world class studies that give us the best chance of beating dementia sooner.

Our pioneering work focuses on prevention, treatment and cure. We are energising a movement across society to support, fund and take part in dementia research. We aim to empower people across all generations through greater understanding of dementia. Together we have the power to defeat dementia.’

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, but there are other types of dementia too. It is possible to have more than one type of dementia at the same time. Alzheimer’s is sometimes seen with vascular dementia or dementia with Lewy bodies. You might hear this called ‘mixed dementia’. (all info taken from Alzheimer’s Research UK website)
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