The diary of a snoopy cat by R.F Kristi

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The diary of a snoopy cat by R.F Kristi

Post by Maame2593 » 08 Nov 2017, 12:19

I loved the book because of the key themes explored; friendship, loyalty and a sense of community. This book teaches such good morals that parents and guardians would want to inculcate in their children. Also, the choice of vocabulary the author uses is superb. Any parent would want their children to use such words and expressions in their daily conversation.

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Post by JessNWheeler » 08 Mar 2018, 21:14

My kids and I enjoyed this book too. It’s a fun and suspenseful fable. I appreciate the themes and lessons of determination and the importance of friendship.
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