About the book:
This story revolves around Christmastime bond a family who once adopted a lost kitten, naming it Nyda. Nyda has now grown old and has settled into a calm, uneventful life with her new family-until the day before Christmas, when the family's older daughter brings two playful kittens, Mickey and Jack, home for the holidays. The two kittens from the big city are a change for the family, and for Nyda. The old cat likes her settled life and is not happy about the new arrivals. She's also very protective of her belongings. The city kittens annoy her, and the old cat grumbles about the new additions to the family- until she hears a story one night that makes her feel bad. The kittens aren't the soft or spoiled brats she had thought they were . . .
Books by Mrs. D. include Carlo the Mouse on Vacation, The Trees Have Hearts, The City Kittens and The Old House Cat, Good Morning, World! and Carlo the Mouse, Book 1: Too Many Rules for One Little Mouse.
The full series of Carlo the Mouse and her new books Runaway Clothes, Everyone Needs Someone: The Royal Palm, The Mysterious Life Inside a Closet, That Is How Things Are: The Autumn Wind and That Is How Things Are: The Kitten and the Sparrow, and three rhyming stories in Who Is Most Important in the Fridge? will be published in the near future. Her books are available in print on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and as e-books for most popular e-devices.
Mrs.D's books are available in print on Amazon, B&N and Xlibris on line stores. Available as E-books on Kindle, Nook and most E-devices.Website: http://www.mrsdbooks.net
The City Kittens Mickey and Jack
What could possibly change Nyda's attitude toward these two cute frisky kittens?
The author has written a sweet tale of two city kittens and an old house cat. It brought back some happy memories for me also. It has me ready to pull out the Christmas decorations. I am a cat lover and I just so happen have two cute kittens that like to provoke my two dogs and my grown cats. They are very entertaining like Mickey and Jack the city kittens. The author writes from her heart and family experiences makeing her stories that much more endearing.
This book and her others will make wonderful gifts and keepsakes for any child. As far as that go they make wonderful books to have on hand at the grandparents house.
I highly recommend this book.
I rated this book a 5 out of 5.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the author for review. I was in no way compensated for this review. This review is my honest opinion.