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Monday, November 4, 2013

Why Kimba Saved the World Review


How can a young cat pick between everything she has ever wanted and everyone she has ever loved? Kimba lives the care-free life of a much loved house cat, but what she really wants is freedom and the wild life for which she was born. Then she learns a secret that changes everything, including her destiny. Will she join this mysterious cat conspiracy? Kimba must choose between the freedom she craves and the human family she loves.If you enjoy kid's animal books and kid's fantasy books, "Why Kimba Saved The World" is just for you.

My Review

I'm not a big furry animal kind of person lol. But I do like cats. My 8 year old son is an avid reader and loves any stories to do with animals. Add secret agencies with secret missions and he's in reading heaven. This was a very cute adventure story and really captured the realistic as well as fantasy lives of cats. We all know they are smarter than us humans after all lol. We read this together some nights, and some times he read on his own and told me about what happened. The characters of Kimba and Hiro were adorable and we fell in love with them quickly. We give Kimba a 5/5!

About the Author

Meg Welch Dendler is a former teacher with a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education. While over a decade as a freelance writer gave her the chance to interview individuals as diverse as the Archbishop of Cape Town and Sylvester Stallone, in 2010 Meg set her focus on publishing several books for young readers that she had been working on for years. Meg is thrilled to be sharing her first book, "Why Kimba Saved The World," with young readers worldwide. In this first book of the Cats in the Mirror series, feisty house cat Kimba learns that she is really part of an alien race and has to pick sides between her loyal human family and her feline destiny. The second book, "Vacation Hiro," is already in the works. Meg and her family (including four cats and her dog Max) live at 1,400 feet in the Ozark mountains on what they call Serenity Mountain, just outside of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Visit her at www.megdendler.com for more information about upcoming books and events.

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