Monday, 5 August 2013

Kiwi in Cat City: wonderful new review

A huge furry thank you to 'Animal Blogging with Dill' for this wonderful review of Kiwi in Cat City. It brought a big smile to my face :)

Kiwi in Cat City (Kiwi series) by Vickie Johnstone is a fantasy/mystery about a family’s black magical cat named Kiwi who turns the kids into her kittens and off they go to a place called Cat City to help solve a kidnapping. Nikki McBroom, the illustrator, did a wonderful job lacing her art with Vickie Johnstone’s words and between the two Kiwi in Cat City has a collection of supporting characters that could have their own books.  

Kiwi in Cat City is an imaginative, active story with charming-funny dialogue. I really enjoyed the storyteller voice of Vickie Johnstone’s writing that made Kiwi in Cat City an easy read and a book worth reading more than once. But what I liked the most was its ageless which translate into a timeless appeal. 

I don’t know if Vickie Johnstone deliberately set out to write Kiwi in Cat City for children and/or adults, but I do believe it takes a wordsmith to find harmony in such a balance. The outcome can be described in a word one. Enchanting. Kiwi in Cat City by Vickie Johnstone is.

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