*A Top Five Amazon Kindle Hot New Release Book for Children's Pet Books*
***Updated in September of 2013 with a New Cover, Interior Illustrations and a Sneak Peek of Book 2 in the Series ***
~What happens when a super smart cat and precocious dog finally decide to communicate with each other after three years of living under the same roof?
~Will they do well in the pet show?
~What REALLY happens when you leave your pets alone in the house?
High Praise for The Perpetual Papers of the Pack of Pets
~"Cat and Dog. It's a love/hate relationship. Enter the inner psyche of these creatures as they try to peacefully coexist within the same house. Cleverly written. Hilarious antics. This cat and dog writing team makes you really stop and wonder what happens at your house when you're not there." -Amazon Reviewer (5 Stars)
~"I LOVE the book. I didn't want to put it down, so I finished it in 2 days!" - Rachael S.
~"I loved the book. I thought it was cool how the animals sent each other notes even though they were on the same floor. I love when the narrators speak too because whenever they speak, their part has a title. It's a full, fun, telling book and I enjoyed it. I hope you enjoy it too!" - Carly K.
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.22(d)|
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Another fantastic book about pets, and I found myself chuckling at every turn. We have one dog and thirteen cats. We do have a couple of cats who vie for top honors, and so I can relate to this book quite well. The clever way in which it was written (letters from the cat to the dog and vice versa), and I felt that the writers captured the true essence and personalities of these animals was captured so well that I would have loved to have shared it with my dog and top cat. Then again, my dog probably would have tried to eat the pages, and my cat would have turned her nose up at it and/or growled. I hope to read more from these characters in the future. This is ideal for young adults, adults, and even children (if adults read portions to them). There is absolutely nothing inappropriate in them, and it will keep your interest from cover to cover. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite The Perpetual Papers of the Pack of Pets (Stanley & Katrina) is the story of a love-hate relationship between Katrina, the cat, and Stanley, the dog. Both of them are different personalities and they live under the same roof. They have been living there for three years and they finally decide to communicate with each other. The book is really humorous. It is unique in a manner where you see the cat and dog communicating with each other about themselves, their likes, and dislikes in a letter form. The narrator's tidbits add to the charm of the book. The contrasting characters and their individual personalities have been etched well. The author has put the perspective of the pets in the forefront and written a unique and excellent book for children. Mandy, the bird, is another animal character that shares the space in the story along with Katrina and Stanley. Children always have an immense liking for animals and pets and they will find this story delightful and funny. A dog and a cat writing letters to each other? That is the highlight of the book. The author has stepped out of the usual comfort zone and written something different for children. This book makes all readers look at pets with a different perspective. It shows us an angle to animals which we never thought possible. Will Stanley and Katrina win the Pet Show with their lovable antics?
Katrina Von Cat, Master of Wisdom and Knowledge, has had it with the dog eating her food all the time. Katrina realizes that they have been living in the same house for a while and she really hasn’t bothered to find out the dog’s name. So she writes a letter to the dog to ask his name and that he stop eating her food. Stanley (the dog) says the letter is nice, but he won’t stop eating her food. Katrina decides to take Stanley to kitty court! And that’s just the start of the trouble they cause! This story was extremely well written! The way it starts out with the cat and dog writing letters to each other is unique and also hysterical (the letter writing continues through the book)! I love the plot idea of two pets living in the same house for years and pretty much ignoring each other until the one starts eating the other’s food. The characters (Stanley and Katrina) were great and there are other great characters like Mandy the bluebird and Mr. Fluffypants a guinea pig that lives next door who thinks he’s an astronaut, so he calls himself “Zorg.” I also love the story being told through the POV on the animals. This is a VERY fun book! **NOTE I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This book was so much fun to read! Great for all ages!!