The Golden Statue is about a shy, teased cat called Tikana, who is thrown into an adventure in which she has to make choices that are both petrifying and life-changing. One dark night changes this heroine forever; a night in which villains, heroes and secrets are revealed. Can she embrace the truth of her past without facing the pain of her present?
There is the possibility that she might indeed be someone of noble birth, but who determines what makes a cat noble? Is it determined by birthright or by the way they engage the world? And then there is the Prince. Sometimes love can change the course of history and undo ancient incantations, breaking traditions and fear. But can their love survive the idolatry surrounding the golden statues?
If you are cat-obsessed and you always knew they had secret lives, then you will love this book. Drawing you in page by page, it's packed full of adventure and journeys to the heart.
The Cats of the Riverlands will be enjoyed by 9-12 year old readers.
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About the Author
Lisa lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, with her husband and three children. She has a passion for all that is fresh and new. She's a pioneer, and this novel pioneers paths into children's imaginations that will leave footprints of creativity for years to come.