Book Review: The Littlest Christmas Kitten

For many years I have collected Children’s Books with cat themes.  When the opportunity was given to review a book in this genre I jumped at the chance and was not disappointed.

Christmas Kitten

The Littlest Christmas Kitten by Leona Novy Jackson and illustrated by Kelly Dupre is a delightful, sweet little tale that purred into my cat loving heart.  It tells us that cats especially kittens, have curious hearts and sometimes that leads to getting lost.  So like us, but in the finding there is usually more to the story.  The Christmas Story is told in its huge simplicity, reminding us that there is more than presents, parties and decorations, to this special holiday.

The illustrations are an extension of the words and depict the charming expectation of the animals on that very special night.  Kelly Dupre catches the expressions of the animals perfectly.   Whether worried, afraid, curious, frightened, or happy the prints easily show what the people and animals were thinking and feeling.

I thoroughly enjoyed this little tale and am delighted to have it in my ‘cat’ collection.

I was provided a complimentary copy of the book for review by Snaptail Press through BookCrash and receive no other remuneration.

3 thoughts on “Book Review: The Littlest Christmas Kitten

  1. Do you have unlimited download Marie? some animations are heavy, I will send you a few so you will see what I mean, I don’t have unlimited myself and although I have never gone over I’m still careful in case I do and I’m careful of other peoples download quota too.

    May God Bless you greatly Marie and pleased be assured, I value our Blogging friendship highly, you are a very special and gifted woman and I Love you in Christ Jesus and always will – Anne


  2. It sounds good Marie, thank you for sharing about this book, like you I love our furry friends and feathered ones too, their all God’s wonderful Animal creation.

    Would you like me to send you some amazing Animations of cats Marie? those who create them are so cleaver but I have noticed you are also very creative, have you always expressed your gift or only as an Adult? I started late but I love to create now.

    Christian Love- Anne


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